|Joe checking the iPad for a |
|A typical anchorage in a South Carolina marsh|
near Charleston, SC
|An eagle eyes us as we travel the marsh|
|Waiting for a table at Hominy Grille, Charleston, SC|
Charleston is one of our favorite stops and it is one of the east coast's most beautiful and historic ports. Offshore cruising vessels use its wide inlet seeking respite from long offshore passages and southbound cruisers traveling the ICW route often enjoy a stop here, too.
|Another favorite restaurant is Pearlz |
(photo at the bar by Joe Boulay)
|Young artist discussing his work|
at the farmer's market
|Jazz musicians having a blast at the farmer's market!|
|Choosing the best veggies is hard work|
Even though it has been unusually warm this season cooler weather is certainly on its way. Because of this we try to keep on the move south taking a couple of days off after five or six days of travel. It's a slow progression but one that gives us the opportunity to visit interesting port cities like Charleston year after year. It sometimes seems we're getting so familiar with them that they're beginning to feel more and more like home!
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Location:Charleston, South Carolina