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Old 12-04-2012, 02:30 PM   #21
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Yes, Southern Migration, mostly sunny here today in Fort Lauderdale with forecast high of 79 degrees, get out your shorts when you get further south.
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:59 PM   #22
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Looking forward to shorts weather - had them on for a few hours walking around Oriental, but it's still too cold on the water. Had a good day today putting in about 95 miles ending in Bucksport Landing on the Waccamaw River. Hope to make it to Charleston in the next day or so where we will take a layover day or two. Cold front coming through tomorrow, but warming up again after that.

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DVD-I used to live down in that area, just a bit above Little River, SC. I have stayed at Bucksport many times. You'll enjoy the trip down the Waccamaw-it really is a beautiful trip. Too bad your timing won't give you a day in Georgetown, it is a neat little place. We used to stop at the free dock downtown and then stay in the Belle Isle Marina overnight. You will love the trip down to Charleston. When you cross the Santee River, look for dolphin-we used to see them all the time way up the river and waterway.

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It was a beautiful run yesterday from Bucksport to Charleston. That Waccamaw river area is really nice, even in December. I can imagine how georgeous it is in spring & summer. Even saw a number of dolphin.

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I suspect that someday I'll get tired of sunrise/sunset pictures, but there's something about a sunset over water that is just too hard to resist.

Took this a couple of minutes ago while anchored on Redbird Creek just off the Ogeechee River in Eastern Georgia.

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