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The big news is that we got though the extreme cold --- 23 F --- last night without any consequences. We sealed the boat tightly and broke out sufficient covers so that neither of us were cold and both got a good nights sleep. Many boats left here today headed south. These were the ones with full enclosures and onboard heat, mostly large power yachts. My friend and long time crew, Ron Turner, drove down from Dunn, NC, to lend a hand, specifically ...
We left Nashville, Tennessee and headed to South Carolina. It was a huge drive from Nashville to Georgetown so we stopped somewhere half way and set up camp, right on the river. It was a beautiful campsite hidden amongst the trees and it only had four other campers.
After a great night sleep, we continued our journey to Georgetown.
Georgetown is a peaceful waterfront community and is the third oldest city in South Carolina. Founded in 1729, ...
... I gotta 84%,” calls out the boy with his finger on the paper.
“Whaz my score?” shouts another student in the back of the crowd.
“Y’all gotta 72%,” replies the boy up front. His finger continues to slide through the list of names until he reaches the bottom. “Whooz Elizabeth Kroooopa?” he asks. “She’s the only one who got 100%.”
“She’s dat ...
... Disgusting ! Like most of the American cakes We have had.
Georgetown is on an inlet and the streets are tree lined and the houses are amazing..not overly huge but beautiful just the same. The main street isnt big but very quaint. We were told it was a small scale Charlestown, cheaper and less tourists. its nice but I am looking forward to tomorrow and Charlestown..I will be on the lookout for Clark Gable...or a lookalike at least.
... until the junction with US176 and then continued south on this route. This was a quieter, slower and hopefully a little less windy road. We made a few stops along the way for fuel and a few supplies and stopped for lunch in Sumter National Forest at Mollys Rock Recreational Area. Our final destination was either going to be Walmart in Mount Pleasant or Holly Hill Recreational Area in Francis Marion National Forest. We made it to ...