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... I have Caesar salad for lunch made with anchovies but no garlic?..different.
More shopping after lunch .Deb is an expert..I am hoping to pick up some tips!
Afternoon coffe is at Kaminsky's ...which has the look of a speakeasy but now serves the modern 'dangerous' ingredient..sugar -we split a slice of 3 layer delicious carrot cake....more walking..shopping at Talbots 60%off sale ..yes, a blouse..and purchase 'mooncakes' -kinda ...
... remainder of the channel without incident.
Charleston Harbor was a bit rough and the NOAA weather forecast called for rain later in the afternoon, "sometimes heavy." The forecast was the same for Sunday. Having had more than our share of traveling in similar conditions, we elected to hole up until better conditions prevailed and took a slip at Ashley Marina. So, here we are.
There are always things to ...
... br> I think the best way to see Charleston is to walk and get lost in the streets. That's when you'll find all the beautiful houses and quaint cobbled stone streets. We had lunch down by the waterfront, on the grass, under a live oak tree draped with moss. The perfect southern picnic (we just needed a glass of homemade lemonade).
Charleston is rich with culture, history and has so much character, its evident on every corner. Simply a gorgeous town to visit. ...
... Palisade Wall ran. The dirt is a different color where the original wooden posts stood due to the decay of the material over time. Very interesting! The trail winds past some beautiful oak trees, gardens and ponds. There weren't any alligators out but I did see a few birds and some turtles! The park also has several picnic areas and restrooms so a great place to eat your lunch and do some walking!
My last stop ...
... Bill was awarded the Medal of Honor.
Terry did a quick tour of the submarine USS Clamagore while I sat in the sun birdwatching. (The local pelicans are brown and dull). We finished off with a quick tour of the USS Laffey, the destroyer 'that would not die' after all the hits it took from the Japanese during WW11. I learned a lot more about kamikaze aircraft than I needed to.
All that was a bit exhausting, so we came home and had a sleep.