Motel 6 - Pawleys Island
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Our true plan was to anchor somewhere along the Wacamaw River up one of the Cypress lined Creeks. Gary spent hours researching and we had up to 7 possible stops. But because of my work we needed good cell service; and after trying all 7 we knew we could not stay in this area.
So Plan H had us in Georgetown, SC for the week.
No complaints. Nice southern town; good food; and we made some friends.
... waiting for airlines to make announcements about flights later in the week. Now throw in a handful of friends who need to collaborate on next steps! The last two days alone are reason enough to take vacation! Good news is that we've shifted gears and are heading for the other coast, fingers crossed that we won't be rained out. Flights are secured, hotel is booked. Just enough time for a little pre-trip research to see what's going on in the area. I ...
... don’t have ta make any adjustments ta yer clothing. Show dis note here ta yer teachers.”
Luckily, I only have to be in this new school for one more week before our three week Christmas break. I learn that this week, all of my new classes have finals to determine our grades for the semester. All of my class books are different from the ones I have in MI, except Algebra, where I am several chapters ahead of the students here. I ...
... age 55. Dad and Mom buy a cottage resort on Lake Leelanau, ten miles from our farm, which has four cabins that we rent out in the summer. With a little help from we kids, Dad builds a much nicer 3-bedroom, one-bath cottage for the last seven of our family to live in. My oldest brother, Slick, takes over our family farm, and Aunt Clara remains living there. My other five siblings are either in college or living on their own.
... SC which is a great little city.
Thursday, Feb 14, 2013: Buck Hall Recreation Area, SC. This campground is along the Intracoastal Waterway and part of the Francis Marion National Forest right off of route 17 about 30 miles north of Charleston, SC. Sites are spacious but in an open area. One can put in their boats on the Intracoastal Waterway for touring, fishing and shrimp baiting. All kinds of fish are found here and one is close ...