The Palms Oceanfront Hotel
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... While the boat was out of the water, we stayed at the Naval Air Station Lodge which was a short distance from the boatyard, and John was able to check on the work that was being done while doing some projects himself. Huckins did a great job, by the way, and we highly recommend them to other interested boaters.
Between Manatee Cove Marina and Huckins, we made stops in Titusville, New Smyrna, Palm Coast and St. Augustine, Florida. In New ...
... and baja sauce - all that on one tortilla), a lighthouse, fishing piers and Fort Moultrie (i'm driving through Sullivan's when suddenly I realize a dozen confederate soldiers, muskets on their shoulders, are marching toward me in the middle of the street - no one watching, no parade, just Rebs]. Across from Poe's, another restaurant pretty much sums up the attitude of the island on it's daily lunch special sandwich board, "soup ...
... always unpredictable, which is what makes painting so much fun.
"Seaworthy" was another attempt at depicting an old guy, which seems to be a recurring theme. This one was done in Ocean City, while still dreaming of that rockfish slaughter we were going to have. Turns out my brother slaughtered about 8 forty pounders three days after we left.
... in Charleston and serves as a naval museum, and Michelle chose Magnolia Plantation, a 300-year-old rice plantation and antebellum manor house, as our afternoon excursion.
Commissioned in 1943, the Yorktown earned 11 battle stars during World War II and later served as an antisubmarine carrier. After service in the Vietnam War, she was the ship that recovered the crew and command module of Apollo 8 and was eventually decommissioned in 1970.
The Yorktown, ...
... Sumter. This was basically home
to the Battle which which triggered the American Civil War. We will
not go into historical detail here; no, not because we cannot
remember.... The tour we had was really interesting and explained a
lot of the background of the Fort- as well as its significance in the
grand scheme of the war. Afterwards, we had a wander around by
ourselves admiring the many original cannons still in position. It
was also possible to ...