Adventures of Adirondack

Adventures of Adirondack

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Moving south

Tonight we're anchored right out in front of Georgetown, SC, one of my favorite stops on the ICW. We just happened along here today into a festival of sorts featuring all kinds of great foods and music. She-crab soup, BBQ, southern rice, various desserts and more. We walked the streets and thought about Sally's yarn store, but passed by them.

Last night we stayed at the Osprey Marina in Myrtle Beach. This is one of the best and friendliest places I've been at, and only $1 a foot! Sally and I remember being close to here in 2007 when a tropical storm went through.

We've had some terrific weather so far, highs on the 70's, lows in the 40's and 50's, sun every day. It's supposed to be warmer tomorrow but starting to look like rain for when we get to Charleston.


  1. Hi,

    It was great to talk with you on the radio as we passed on the lower Waccamaw River Saturday. Cindi and I reflected on meeting you on the Illinois at Ottawa in 2006, your stopping to take the boys to Springfield and running across you at various places on that rather 'grouping' journey from Grafton to Green Turtle Bay. And then seeing you in Key West one afternoon! We reconnected by finding and rereading your blog of this year's Downeast cruise..several places we visited by car last year.
    We see you stopped for boat servicing in the Wilmington area. Good choice. If you are back this way, stop in the St James Marina where we keep our boat and borrow our car or we'll take you to and from the airport.
    Best of luck this winter!

    Mike and Cindi Neumann
    Double Adventure
    42 Hatteras LRC

  2. Capt Jeff.....finally had some time to look you up......WHAT A TRIP....Will be good to see you when you get to the home port...Safe trtip...BB