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... am out on the ocean, up on the board and paddling through the silky calm water. Tracy has told me to keep my gaze on the horizon, and I do. It is a soft and balmy day with no wind and a hazy horizon, hardly noticeable where the ocean ends and the sky begins.
As we paddle together I can understand completely why she loves this sport, and start to find an almost meditative state as we glide ...
... THANKS Jud- then present exchanges, photos and lots of wine. Bruce - IHOP for breakfast. Drove into Charleston but forgot phone/camera so could get picture of the Hunley repro at the museum. Off to Sullivan Island early afternoon and a late lunch on a beautiful porch at Gillian's of the Isle of Palms road. 6 raw oysters and a dozen small hush puppies. Back in time to enjoy Jamie's BBQ pork, red potatoes and corn on the cob. Sunday: Kath - ...
... They were great partner to the rich & creamy but not too heavy garlic aioli.
We returned “home” and prepared to leave Charleston as soon as morning broke. We were ready to leave, Charleston was not for either of us. The historic qualities and sites of the city are amazing, however, the opulence of this small part of town is a stark contrast to the surrounding area. Our accommodations did not help the city’s case, at no fault of its ...
... called "Angel Oak." Angel Oak is the oldest living thing east of the Mississippi or east of the Rockies or something like that. They estimate it to be around 1500 years old, and it is just magnificent! Of course, you know I just love trees so this was quite the experience for me. We had a nice picnic lunch next to old Angel, and after getting lots of pictures we headed back to the hotel for a luxurious nap!
After getting ...
The sun rose this morning after another chilly night and you could just tell the weather was looking up. The sun was bright, the sky clear and by mid morning the air was starting to feel warm. Layers started to be removed and we decided that this was what we had come for.
After several days on the road we had no need to travel anywhere today. This was a day to see the sights and after breakfast we took ...