|Fall colors along the ICW|
One of the interesting things of this part of the trip are the homes you pass by. The homes leaving Wrightsville Beach were more the beach type homes like these.
Then you get some homes that make your eyes pop like this one!
Next you have ones closer to Myrtle Beach that look like "McMansions" with waterfalls and landscaping that probably cost as much as our home.
But then no more than five minutes down the ICW you see this type of living. To each his own!
|The local trailer community.|
|Gondolas at a stand still over the ICW.|
enough not to hit them and we did not see any people in them.
That night we went into Osprey Marina. We could not pass up the fuel there at $2.04 gal., hot showers, laundry and a quiet night. The next day we headed down the Wacamaw River to Georgetown, SC.
|Kayaker on the Wacamaw early morn.|
|One of the many side creeks on the Wacamaw.|
|Georgetown, SC with the shrimp boats.|
Unfortunately, being Sunday most of the stores and museums are closed. Most importantly, the Independent Seafood store was closed. We always get the best shrimp for a reasonable price here, $8.99lb. for extra large. So we decided to stay two days to get the shrimp and enjoy the town.
|What an appropriate name for a pump out boat!|
|You can only imagine how old these huge live oaks are!|
|Looking at one of the historical building in town.|
We enjoyed an ice cream and then back to the boat for a light supper. The next day we enjoyed walking around town some more, and I got to go into many more shops to pass the afternoon away. Our friends, Kris and Craig on Tilt came in to a dock. We dinghied over to them had a chat and eventually back to our boat for a delicious Cajun shrimp meal.
|Can't eat too many meals like this, but once in a while it is great!|
|Bow ties made with feathers! Now there is something you don't see everyday!|
|This was the quaintest of the churches we saw.|
|The yellowish spot is where a huge limb broke off.|
|Lots of shrimp boats tied up in McClellanville.|