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and get out to Winyah Bay He [[underline]] is not very enthusiastic [[/underline]] but I console him with telling him that [[underline]] if the sea is two ugly we can always turn [[/underline]] back after a try. Thing proved acceptable [[underline]] notwithstanding threatening skies [[/underline]] and the day would have been easy [[underline]] but for a nasty last hour on entering [[/underline]] Winyah Bay Jetty, when an [[underline]] ugly Eastern kept [[/underline]] us [[underline]] hustling. [[/underline]] I steered, the boat and in the wildness of breakers and submerged jetty was glad that I [[underline]] had laid out before hand every detail of the course to follow. [[/underline]] Then slowly [[pieted?]] our way [[underline]] in the dark [[/underline]] to entrance of [[underline]] Mimim  [[/underline]] Canal and
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half a mile farther tied up on a green juniper tree and a red berry brush. What a difference this [[underline]] quiet spot with all the turmoil of an hour ago! [[/underline]] A quiet night's sleep.
[[underline]] Nov. 2. [[/underline]] A cloudy rainy [[strikethrough]] but [[/strikethrough]] and strenuous but thoroughly enjoyable day. [[underline]] Palmettos, magnolias, Live oaks [[/underline]] with [[underline]] Spanish moss. Incredibly crooked rivers, much steering [[/underline]] but [[underline]] everything all right [[/underline]] when we dropt anchor at [[underline]] 5:30 P.M [[/underline]] near dark - in De Wees Creek, a [[underline]] few miles before Charleston [[/underline]] a quiet [[strikethrough]] unhabited [[/strikethrough]] [[underline]] uninhabited [[/underline]] place - as [[underline]] every stretch thru which we passed to day. Abundance [[/underline]] of [[underline]] oysters [[/underline]] everywhere at low tide. they are grouped in bunched like bouquets.
[[strikethrough]] Nov [[/strikethrough]] At 8 P.M excellent [[underline]] radio [[/underline]]
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