Sunday our destination was Georgetown, S. Carolina . We left early as usual, we like to do this for a number of reasons, one Laurel and I get to have some time together while the kids are still asleep. It's quiet and we can catch up on what our day is going to look like before the kiddos get up.
Two it's beautiful at that time of the morning, we usually get to see the sunrise, and it's very quiet out.
Three it either helps to get us to our destination early or make a longer destination.
On our way through South Carolina we passed the barefoot landing swing bridge, the swing bridges usually won't open in winds over 35 knots. So in bad weather you may be stuck on one side of a swing bridge for days until the weather improves.
You really see a lot of interesting stuff on the Intercoastal, here are cable cars that ferry golfers over the intercoastal from a parking lot to a golf course. They are complete with golf racks for your bag.
This is on the Waccamaw river, very pretty, with cypress trees and a lot of turtles. This is Alistair having a closer look at turtles sunning themselves on logs near shore.
Early this morning on our way out of Georgetown, cold out hence the sea smoke over the water.
Alistair with his own fishing system which he deploys off the side of the boat. He even has drawings of how it works and a number of improvements for me to work on with him.
We'll finish today just shy of Charleston, S.C. we'll roll in there tommorow morning and spend a couple of days checking out the sights and stopping by Hyman's for Po' boys. Please email us or post a comment. I've made it easier to do that without the sign in feature. You can also get a rss feed straight to you. I've posted a button for it, you'll find it on the top right of the blog. I like the google one and every time we post something you get it immediately.
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