With the weather forecast to be OK (except for the seas in the Atlantic), we departed Hilton Head on Wednesday morning. We wound our way through the countryside and anchored in North Edisto river. This morning we awoke to grey skies but nothing threatening and continued winding our way toward Charleston.
|A part of our ICW path north of Hilton Head.|
The twists, turns, bridges, and my unwillingness to travel it at night make travel on the ICW very slow. In just over two days we could have made it from Hilton Head to Southport on the outside. Instead, we made it just past Charleston. As I sit here and write this the news is playing in the background and the local weather guesser is calling for more unsettled weather for the next couple days. Guess our trek up the ditch will likely continue.
It isn't all bad though. At least there is some different scenery to see.
|Ladys Island Swing Bridge near Beaufort, SC.|
|Along the ICW.|
|Hard to believe the weather isn't going to be nice for a while.|
I'd prefer to be using less fuel and making a bit better time, but I guess I'll just have to be happy playing motorboat.