We had heard from several sources that Georgetown was an interesting stop. It certainly was part of the historic coast of South Carolina. We were looking forward to our stop there.
With the tide tables continuing to slide to later in the day we are finally able to get a start in the morning during high tide. We pulled out at 0700 and were able to stay with operating near high tide most of the four hour run. Fortunately, today, we also had a current assist all of the way until we got to Winyah Bay, a huge bay that is part of the ocean entrance to Georgetown.
Once again the harbor master was super friendly and helpful. After getting settled we did some laundry and then took our walk through the heart of the historic district and along the waterfront boardwalk. We went to the Kudzoe Bakery as the woman in McClellanville had suggested and then stopped in to the kitchenware portion of that store to talk to her.
Later that evening we walked back to the main street to have another memorable meal at the Wildfish Grill. This meal was memorable because it was not very good. The place is kind of scuzzy and the meal quality ranks right up there with Bobby’s Fish Camp on the Tombigbee Waterway in getting a low ranking. I’d give it a two on a scale of ten.