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Mar 19, 2015 - Buck Island National Recreation area

We left the busy, hectic, congested Myrtle Beach area and the huge campground for a bucolic spot an hour’s drive south in a national forest campground. There are only twenty campsites here and the park is full. We are using our Golden Age Passport to pay $10/night for a water/electric site, a considerable savings over the prime beach real estate in Myrtle. All the sites have a great view of the inland waterway. Barrier islands on the other side separate us from the sea and there are no beaches here. Probably that’s why things are so much...

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Apr 29, 2010 - McClellanville to N. Myrtle Beach, SC

After a nice walk and evening at McClellanville and getting some minor canvas repairs by the guy who works at the marina, we headed out for a leisure ride back down the Jeremy Creek and up the Wacamaw back to Georgetown for a couple of days. Along the way, we check out a couple more anchorage sites for future reference and discover a couple we want to try on our next trip south. At Georgetown, we eat a a new place called Aunny's Down Home Cooking. What a gem this place is. Specializing in not only down home, but soul food. Charles and...

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Apr 22, 2010 - Distant Island to McClellanville, SC

On 4/20, we go to our all time favorite anchorage, Tom Point Creek, which is south of Charleston aobut 40 miles. We arrive early in the day so we can take full advantage of this remote place. We enjoy some wine and tell each other stories about how blessed we are. We see God's grace everyday. Our prayers are full of thankfulness. We sleep in late and head for Isle of Palms where good friends Jim & Linnea Wise are visitng with friends for a few days - we met on the great loop in Canada four years ago. Sue and Linea did not miss a beat, even...

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Nov 20, 2009 - Work Camp 2 Over

Well work camp is over.Working on a 109 year old house in Georgetown South Carolina has been a challange.One morning I decided it was time for a haircut.Bev & I rode bikes down front street to the barbra shop.While I was getting a cut,Bev went window shopping.After wards we road around and found a breakfest shop called COFFEE BREAK CAFE.What a great place.The bagels were fantasic and the service was even better.I really liked the square coffee cup.Sat out on the sidewalk tables to enjoy the weather.Thanks Coffee Break Cafe.

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Nov 16, 2009 - Entered Second State

Left Mike and Em's after a great time, they also had a party for us and the Browns who are also moving away. We saw a lot of great friends but sorry we missed seeing others. We really enjoyed our campsite at Mike & Em's, they had a pool, hot tub, laundry facilities, RV repair center, and work camping opportunities. We had a great time! We arrived in McClellanville, SC in the middle of the Frances Marion National Forrest and behold another free campsite at my sister's home with work camping opportunities. So far zero money spent on campsites...

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Nov 19, 2008 - Ten Reasons to Love the Cold

Current location: an anchorage about 35 miles above Charleston (just south of McClellanville). Weather: Need I say anything? This cold front began on Sat and is continuing, bringing a hard freeze (and the end of the growing season in South Carolina). We awoke to a temp of 37 degrees Fahrenheit (3 degrees Celsius) in the cabin this morning (which means it was about 10 degrees lower outside). Highs today reached the high 40s. The cold fronts are predicted to keep coming (through the coming weekend). And we came SOUTH for this???? Favorite...

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