Hanging Out in Beaufort

Well…we ended up with a pretty fine dinner Friday evening. We decided to go on over to the 11th Street Dockside Restaurant and got there about 1740…getting a seat at the bar pretty quickly and we had a couple of Yuengling’s then a couple of a local amber ale named Palmetto…it was quite a tasty brew and we enjoyed it immensely. To go along with the brews we had some 3 appetizers to split…Oysters Rockefeller, South Carolina Hushpuppies with Honey Butter, and a crab cake. All were yummy and we sold at least a half dozen of the Palmetto’s to folks coming to the bar and wondering what to drink.

Here’s a shot of our Palmetto, hushpuppies, and oysters. Mighty tasty I tells ya.

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After dinner we stopped by Lowes to get something for our kitchen slide to come in over and slide on…our floor is getting gouged by the refrigerator base a little and we figured that we need something to protect it. Neil found a cover for a recessed ceiling light about 2 feet by 4 feet…it’s slick on one side to sit on the floor and the other side has a little texture but if necessary we’ll cut some strips off the end and glue them together on the textured side to give a nice sliding surface. We’ll try it without first and see how it goes.

Saturday turned out to be a bust. We got up and the forecast was for off and on rain all day and even worse a bit north where the NWR we were going to hike is…so we cancelled that to sit around. A couple hours later it was bright sunshine where we are and 0% chance of rain the rest of the afternoon…so we considered putting the hike back on…but a quick check of the radar showed it still raining up at the NWR at 1100. 

Sunday was church and getting ready to go in between the rain showers.


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The full time RV travels and experiences of Gunther the Bear and Kara the Dog…along with their human staff neil and Connie.
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