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... wharf area that is overlooking the ferry to Mt Pleasant. Then up Broad street to the Post Office where Inez posted some cards and I looked at St. Michael's Church Cemetary.....very old and pretty... Lots of babies dying early. Then up Meeting Street where there is church after church and the Hiberian Society and the Library Society....to Market street which has turned the old market area into a tourist Market Hall...mostly tourist type souvenirs. Then ...
... suffered any ill effects from our little flooding incident from the other day. Lesson learned on that one. Ed found the source of the problem and fixed it himself. He is becoming so good at figuring out causes of problems in the new camper and fixing them. We are learning that part of RV ownership is dealing with all sorts of little issues, such as electrical glitches and odd plumbing.
We're staying at a great campground at Naval Weapons Station ...
... the only one who does strange things. And then continued, “But, I'm a dangerous one to tell that to. See that RV over there ! I’m from Seattle; we’re on our way to Florida; I’m writing a blog and you get to be in today’s entry.” Again, we laughed and then she told me all about her daughter who lives in Seattle. By then, we were at the entry, wished each other a good day, chuckled and were on our way.
As I left ...
... look so good, it would take a year to try them all.
After dinner we went back to the historic section of Charleston, back to a different park at the harbor and walked around as the moon rose over the water--almost a full moon. It was just beautiful, and it had cooled down considerably by this point so it was quite pleasant. A relaxing way to end a full day. Y'all tune in tomorrow for more stories from the deep South!
... have a look at the sea, ....important if you are driving coast to coast . The vistas were beautiful and there was a really good to be alive feeling. In the distance you could see the USS Yorktown which is a museum ship which it's possible to visit. It's an Aircraft carrier from the Vietnam war era, but I remember it as the ship which picked up several of the Apollo Astronauts out of the sea at the end of their missions.