Thursday, October 8, 2009

Peaceful Day on the Black Dog

We had a relaxing morning in Savannah, walking around Colonial Park. which is a Revelutionary War era graveyard that was converted to a park with many interesting historic markers. We also swung by Forsythe Park, which is a very scenic area. As we made our way back to the boat, we stopped at the Sixpence Cafe to sip lager and lime in the shade, and feast on bangers and mash and shepard's pie. We also found the little brewery/pub where they served us an excellent sweet potato beer three years back. But we were one day early for that beer. So sad. We went down the river with the tide. and sailed a little in the mouth of the river before heading up the intra coastal to Hilton Head. We did happen across a beautiful gaff rigged charter boat and had a pleasant exchange with her captain. Tonight we are at anchorage off of Hilton Head, and will arrive in Beaufort tomorrow, where we will leave
the boat.

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