I’ll Be Back

My office is very close to the Cooper River and many of the maritime industries that depend on the river for their movement of materials, both raw and finished. I can walk a few blocks and watch the big cargo vessels passing under the Don Holt Bridge on I-526.

A present for me.

With all those international companies, one doesn’t have to think too hard to realize that a variety of foods are available for our visiting merchant marine sailors and those that work in the shipyards.

Tonight, I treated myself to a quick dinner at The CODfather, Proper Fish & Chips in North Charleston.  Only two miles from my office, I’ve driven by it countless times, always saying to myself that I must stop there one day. Today was the day and it was worth the wait.

Some of life’s simple pleasures come wrapped  in plain paper…with a bottle of malt vinegar on the side.

As Arnold said . . . “I’ll be back”

The picture doesn’t do it justice. Thats a big piece of fish.

About Ray V.

Living between Aiken & Nashville, TN, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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12 Responses to I’ll Be Back

  1. I’m going to drive over there myself – looks good.
    Shouldn’t take me more than six days to get there from this side of the country …

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  2. petespringerauthor says:

    Or, as Clint says, “Go ahead. Make my day.”

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  3. lulu says:

    Sounds like a place to try next trip to Charleston.

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  4. Jim Borden says:

    that looks quite good – and I like the name of the place…


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