Our daily runs seem to be from contrast-to-contrast, as this one was from remote and quiet, cool and clear off-season Edisto Beach to the lively, Christmassy, touristy — and wet-rainy — town of BEW-fərt.South Carolina. Not to be confused with BOW-fərt, North Carolina.
Day 47 – 49, November 30 – December 2
Edisto presented us with yet another lovely morning, a clear and crisp fall day with no wind. The sunrise was breathtaking: such a treat to be up early to enjoy it. Continue reading BEW-fərt not BOW-fərt→
King tides, rain and high winds bring flooding throughout the southeast. We saw some of the worst of it, starting in Southport, NC.
Day 40, 11/23
We woke up on the day after Thanksgiving to a beautiful clear, crisp day, much like Thanksgiving Day had been. The morning temperature was 38, so we were glad we were dockside where we could plug in to have heat (that pesky battle with our diesel hydronic heat, which would provide warmth without a shoreside connection, continues). After our very pleasant Thanksgiving Day, we were ready to continue our trek southbound. Continue reading Let the Flooding Begin→
We wanted it to be special, in Southport, North Carolina.
Day s 39-40, November 21-22
Being on this cruise, a big adventure, our first trip down the ICW, is very special. We have a lot to be thankful for. We wanted to take this Thanksgiving seriously and celebrate our good fortune together.
Swansboro had some charm, but in the end, it wasn’t what we hoped.
Day 34, November 17
After a really excellent dinner at Aqua in Beaufort, we got a slow start in the morning. It was a beautiful day, the kind of weather that the Chamber of Commerce would give the thumbs up to. Chilly, but clear and sunny with just a light northerly breeze. Promise for the day was high. Continue reading A Bluebird Day to Swansboro, NC→