Today we joined a long-time friend, Debbie, for a buffet brunch at the Water's Edge Restaurant in Mt. Pleasant. It was good to see her again and to know that she is doing well. Then we rode out to Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island. Tuesday, April 12, will mark the 150th anniversary of the firing on Fort Sumter, the beginning of the Civil War. Actors dressed in period attire, including Confederate and Yankee soldiers, are here preparing for a re-enactment of the event. We don't expect to be on hand to witness the 4:30 a.m. firing. Next we rode up to Isle of Palms, enjoying the beautiful Sunday afternoon weather. We saw an elderly lady on the beach feeding sea gulls. She was really enjoying the experience. In the distance we saw a house built to withstand hurricanes. We headed back to the campground and visited with neighbors. Ben sat outside in his cage and attracted lots of attention from folks walking by. Our frinds, Don and Eunice, who are also with the Travelin' Tarheels, arrived today and are parked beside us. They bought a Tiffin coach last fall and now are interested in joining the Tiffin Travelers, too.