But we are having a great time. We have met so many nice people. Many of them we expect to see again since they are all headed south to similar destinations. Folks on boats share a lot - information, opinions, experiences, recommendations. What they don't share is a common 'type'. They may be laid back or nervous, boisterous or reserved, arrogant or mild mannered. Or all of the above, changing based on the topic and passion. All in all, an extraordinary group.
Charleston is such a cool place. The harbor is endlessly busy with every type of ship, boat and watercraft imaginable. The Water Taxi stops right here next to us so we have a constant flow of people passing by. The Fort Sumter National Memorial is just north up the Riverwalk.
We took the free trolley down into town the other day for lunch at Hyman's Seafood and a walk around town. The walking seemed to help Junie's back for a while but she is still hurting. Based on recommendations, from practically everyone we talk to, we are headed to Jestine's for lunch today. This afternoon, we are moving over to the gas dock to top off the diesel because tomorrow is moving day. We thought we might stay a bit longer but we see a chance to get back in the ocean and jump to Fernandina / Cumberland Island Georgia. That would be a major leap south and puts us right at the Florida border. Ready to go again!