Patriots Point

We spent today at Patriots Point in Charleston, home to the World War 2 era aircraft carrier Yorktown and submarine Clamagore. The Yorktown is now a floating naval museum with plenty of aircraft to look at, ranging from World War 2 fighters to more modern jets. I had a great time – not sure how exciting it was for Shannon though. 🙂 The kids liked the flight simulator/ride the best, with Gabrielle giggling through the whole thing and Ethan sitting there yelling “awesome!”.

Coral was off on a walking tour of Charleston and a cruise out to explore Fort Sumter where the civil war began.

Not much else to tell today as it was mainly just looking at stuff. You can look at some of the same stuff in todays photo gallery.

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2 thoughts on “Patriots Point”

  1. Hope that the cold is clearing up…you don’t appear to be suffering toooo much!
    Life is going to seem a tad tame when the kids get home!
    Called in to your house yesterday to organise the BIG party this weekend..thousands will be there..and also collected your mail from the PO box..just a couple of not very interesting stuff..hardly worth the scald from steaming the envelopes open!! Better go and get ready for the Rage party..loevly being able to use your place!!
    Keep having fun

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