Comments: When You Can't Crack the Nuts, You Walk Away

I was just telling my husband we need to take a trip to Charleston sometime soon. I hear excellent things about that city. Glad you liked that part of the trip.

You're a better person than I am, I wouldn't want to plan or take part in a trip like that... I really am not that kind of people person.

Posted by Teresa at March 24, 2013 03:58 PM

You should have thrown her under the bus.
*/;-)

Posted by Angus of Jura at March 24, 2013 06:30 PM

Teresa- I spent a lot of time there in the early 90s. It's a great great town. Let me know if you go. I have some recommendations to add to any others you receive. Anyone who has been, will have favorites. It's that kind of place.

I'm not that kind of people person, either. Logistics I can handle. But there are too many variables with humans and that's not my strong suit.

Dad- Tempting... oh so very tempting. And I was in good with the bus drivers. I bet I could have gotten them to run over her and then back up...

Posted by Bou at March 24, 2013 07:37 PM

If we ever get our boat, you know where you can spend a quiet sunset when you come to Chucktown!

Posted by Joan of Argghh! at March 24, 2013 08:14 PM

I cannot wait to hear about this... want to have breakfast this week or next?

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