South Shore Motel
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... the Fort over the years to deal with the evolving nature of the threats to Charleston's safety. Originally lobbing a big steel ball about a mile in the air was sufficient to keep her majesty's sailing ships at bay. By WW II those missiles could be detonated and aimed with great precision and fired at moving targets 5 miles away. By 1943, the submarine rendered the Fort obsolete and it closed in 1947 and reopened as a ...
... in the cold water. This was Tom's day to be silly with the pictures, those are shells he is using. I sure do want more of those days.
Each time we go for a walk we see something new, it is the best.
Today it is cooler and cloudy but better than back home so I am not complaining.
Life is great Thank you to the people that have made comments
Hope this finds everyone happy and healthy Take care HUGS TERRY ...
... can drive on the beach down here between 2 signs - crazy.
There was some kind of competition with the seadoo kind of machines. The weather is nice, but the wind makes it cooler than you would think.
So glad to be in one spot for a week, then we move to our second spot. ...
... a handy dandy mat!
We had to set up in the rain and our planned bbq ended up being a pan fry. Of course that got the fire alarm going so that battery was removed! Oh well! We'll put it back before we head out again. :-)
We're staying over for the day to do some more laundry, do some cleanup and just rest. We head to Miami ...
... he was. I don’t think he was cold at all because he was just filled with joy. When it started to really get dark we got back in the van and drove a little more. Night driving isn’t too much of an issue here because everything is so built up. We drove through Daytona beach which is pretty much just another tourist attraction filled with tempting restaurants. Finally Chris was tired and ready to stop so we found a quiet Wal-Mart to park for the ...