Thursday, September 17 The outer band of the tropical depression followed us down the coast as far as Charleston, but we missed most of the rain. We seemed to be outrunning it! One of the visitors centers has an adjacent parking garage that can hold a big rig while the humans trot around the city. Perfect compromise! We spent the rest of the day exploring the historic district & parks and made the loop on foot by sunset. Charleston is a captivating city for a first-time visitor. Everything around you feels “Old World” in a distinctly colonial way. The historic … Continue reading Charleston

Myrtle Beach

Monday, Sept. 14 All the way across South Carolina! Next stop, North Myrtle Beach at Apache Pier (the longest wooden pier on the Atlantic). But not before Max stopped to assist an elderly couple with a flat tire 🙂 As we neared the ocean, a brief sun shower treated us to a full end-to-end view of a rainbow. We had some delicious seafood for dinner, and talked for a while with a very friendly Ukrainian waitress who told us how many years she had to work to be able to live in the US. Monday, Sept. 14 The ocean was … Continue reading Myrtle Beach