SpringHill Suites Charleston North/Ashley Phosphate
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Traveling up I-95 came upon Brunswick GA. We got off, sure we would be able to find some amazing Brunswick stew. None to be found.
Continued on to Savannah, loved it in the past, disappointed now. (Only because Justin's main attraction, the Bonaventure Cemetery was closed. Savannah is still amazing!) Kept going.
Headed Northeast …
... fish and scraps that shrimp boats and/or charter boats throw overboard, and as luck would have it they were in the creek when we arrived. Paddle Boarders and Kayakers paddle around in the creek for a close encounter with these wonderful creatures of the sea. Next to trees, dolphins are a favorite of mine, so this was really a treat for me. Watching the dolphins come up within touching distance of some of these paddleboarders was very exciting! But aside from the ...
Today it was day trip time. We headed north to Charleston, Savannah's sister city. Charleston is about a two and a half hour drive north of Savannah. I took the first shift driving and unfortunately we had a fatality. A bird was feasting on road kill and left his departure slightly too late. I clipped his wing and all I could see in my mirror was the bird tumbling along the road and feathers flying. I hope his last supper ...
Yesterday involved a lot of driving, we set off at 7:15 in the morning from our campsite in Maryland, passed through Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina and finally we arrived at our Camp site in South Carolina at Myrtle Beach State park at around 5!. It was only an overnight stay for us but we enjoyed relaxing. We left camp this morning and headed for Charleston South Carolina! We dumped our ...
... trip on a boat. It was at Fort Sumter that the opening shots of the Civil War were fired in 1861. Despite copious amounts of insect repellent, and being out at sea, Christine was bitten on her arms and legs a dozen more times today - there is obviously something about her that the mosquitoes like! Needless to say she is not very happy as her bites are always very itchy and swell up. We need to find somewhere less wet and warm to move to.
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