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Happy Canada Day!
It feels very strange to not be in Canada to celebrate July 1st at home. We are leaving to make our way to Myrtle beach, staying at Grand Dunes Marina, it was tough to find a place coming up to the July 4 th big weekend in the US...it looks like a nice place.
Its another beautiful day here sunny and calm waters. There thunderstorms in the forecast so we are off the dock early and will get tucked I to Myrtle beach, we may have ...
... up camp for the day. They fish right off the beach apparently they fish for flounder. Very slow passed here, we were thirsty while at the beach so as we were on our beach walk we found the Tides bar and grill right on the beach ...I figure they wouldn't serve us as we both had no shoes on, Bryan had no shirt and I was in my bathing suite but nope They didn't care at all very friendly and had no issues serving!
... are more typical southern beach style. Today was a sunny, warm day - perfect for visiting beach towns, having lunch by the ocean, taking a ferry from Carolina Beach across the coastal waterways to Southport. Colorful beach houses, gift and antique shops, lots of tourists walking the streets, sailboats on the water. A relaxing ...
The campground felt that someone had actually blessed the campground before I got there, set sacred space, did Feng Shui. Whatever it was, I fell in love with the campground and the energy of the space the minute I pulled in. My cabin actually had a porch swing on the porch, with an extra chair. The cabin had a small frig, none of the others did. It was very very clean with a really nice pool.
I was only going to spend 2 ...
... several hundred sailors are away at sea for months on end. What was really interesting was the actual sailors written description of things like the cockroaches and other insects that got into the flour and so into their bread, they called it raisin bread, that they would pick out but obviously eat too. Also the severe restrictions on fresh water, showers were water on for a couple of seconds, then soap yourself, ...