Parque Natural Mexiquillo


On to Charleston

Along the flat  George and South Carolina coast you find hunks and chunks of dry land interspersed with rivers and estuaries.

The grand old, very old, mansions of Charleston.

Down on Church Street is .....

The George Eveleigh house, #39, which was built in 1743 by an indian trader. 

The Charleston Battery

These thirteen inch mortars were used to shell Fort Sumter . (32.76945, -79.92968)

A monument for the ladies.

Another Triple D dive.  (map)

I had to Jerk Chicken sandwich Guy featured on his show. The chicken was dry and bland, but the plantains were great. Members of our group had the Seafood Bouyon which was excellent. The tacos were also good. 
I did not choose wisely.

Stories from the road
Donna was riding with her friend Mel when she needed to go. With no facilities near by, she elected to use some bushes that would shield her from Mel. Mid way, she hears the loooong blast of a train whistle. Looking over her shoulder she sees the train's engineer who has an unobstructed view of her derriere. 

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