71 Days

What I did during my summer vacation…

Day 33 – Flight of the Girls

​We are heading to New Jersey & New York aboard budget airlines Spirit and have sat in the Myrtle Beach airport for over 4 hours.  Just keep repeating – $133 flight….$133 flight. I should be happy they let me sit in a seat and not on the wing.

So we arrived to my lovely aunt and uncle’s great hospitality. Northern hospitality includes baked ziti and chauffeuring through road conditions Katie describes as, “there are no lanes; it’s a free-for-all.”

Went to the Statue of Liberty today – ferry ride over is the best part. Hope you all know the SOL is on New Jersey! During the ride I was struck again by what a water-centered city New York is. What a great place to live if you love the water. I know it’s not McClellanville – everyone can’t live in paradise. But at least New Yorkers can see, touch and hear the water all around them. ​



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