Our excitement for the day was having a class A get stuck in the site next to Jim. They used a Jeep with a hemi to pull it out. I hope it doesn't rain at least a day or two before we leave so we can get out.
Jim cooked lunch outside. It was one of the first really nice days to be outside. Even Buddy enjoyed laying around in the sun and cool breeze.
Today we went back into Charleston and took the Carolina Belle tour cruise. I wish I could remember everything he told us. Our narrator was very informative.
To show you just how big it was, see the boat behind it?.. That boat was the same size as the one we were on. Looks awful little doesn't it.
Notice the skyline of Charleston. There are no skyscrapers. City ordinance states you can't build a building any taller than the tallest church steeple.
The beautiful and 2 1/2 mile long bridge.
It really is a pretty bridge. There is an elevator in the concrete triangles so that maintenance can be done. There is enough concrete in those towers to build a 2 lane highway from Charleston to Atlanta.
The USS Yorktown is in the harbor also. You can tour it along with a submarine and a cruiser.
These are some shots of the Carolina Belle and her captain.
From there we went to Hyman's Seafood for supper. We got there at just the right time. We were seated immediately. See all the people standing around. They are waiting to be seated. I took this picture as we were leaving.
Some shots inside. And of course I forgot to take a picture of the food before we started eating. But I did get one before it was all gone. I must say I had the best crab cake I have ever eaten.
fish and chips
This is what Doug's flounder looked like after he finished it. lol
And a couple of the cooks showing off for us.
We had a great day, the weather was perfect for us. Hoping for a good one tomorrow.