South Carolina

Fall colours

I entered South Carolina this morning. Today was quiet and fine. Not much boat traffic. Most of the day was in the man-made cut that runs inland of Myrtle Beach. Not the most interesting scenery until you get to the Waccamaw River. I stopped for lunch at a canalside bar.

I’m anchored here in the middle of the Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge. Nobody around, very peaceful and quiet. Haven’t seen an abundance of wildlife but am keeping a watch. I was fascinated by this area when I came through on Escapade. It’s a meandering river through a Cyprus swamp.

Tomorrow it’s down the river to Georgetown, where I’ll stop for lunch and maybe go to a grocery store. Then press on south towards Charleston.

One thought on “South Carolina”

  1. Jeff, your journey is a great adventure. I am in envy, do these things if you are so fortunate while you are young. All the best. Keep yourself safe.
    On Sun, Dec 5, 2021 at 9:53 PM Boating Adventures wrote:
    > Jeff posted: ” Fall colours I entered South Carolina this morning. Today > was quiet and fine. Not much boat traffic. Most of the day was in the > man-made cut that runs inland of Myrtle Beach. Not the most interesting > scenery until you get to the Waccamaw River. I” >

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