We had a leisurely morning, and then departed in the still cold and rainy weather. After seeing a few more of Beaufort's antebellum homes from the water, the landscape became remarkably pristine and undeveloped, with low lying marshland filling the gaps between the barrier islands. We cruised several hours without seeing towns or evidence of homes and human life.
|Great Laker at Beaufort Municipal Marina|
|The Lewis Reeve Sams House (1852) on the left |
was used in filming the Prince of Tides
|Low lying marshlands, characteristic of South Carolina|
|Anchorage in Church Creek|