The trip from flooded Georgetown to Isle of Palms, just outside of Charleston, was incredibly lovely but also challengingly shallow at times.
Day 42, November 25
Our visit to Georgetown was a quick one-nighter but we loved it and will probably return on the trip home. Delightful spot. We topped it off with a pleasant morning walk with the pups and coffee and cinnamon buns at the Coffee Break Cafe, then cast off to head out into the fog towards Isle of Palms. Continue reading Flooding, Scenery and Shallows
The worst of the flooding was in Socastee, but it continued in Georgetown, where it dampened “Small Business Saturday”.
Day 41, November 24
Yesterday, from Southport to Myrtle Beach, there was astronomical coastal flooding but no rain. Today more astronomical flooding was expected, but the forecasts were peppered with rain, tropical downpours with more than 3″, plus thunderstorms, hail and and even threats of waterspouts. The worst of it was well away from us. What’s a little rain, we thought? So off we went. Grand Dunes had been a convenient stop but otherwise there was no reason to stay. Continue reading A Closehand and Painful Glimpse at Flooding – and Historic Georgetown, SC
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