We continue up the ICW leaving Georgia, passing Hilton Head, on through the South Carolina Low Country. The winding rivers and creeks are gorgeous - sometimes empty and wild, sometimes full of houses and docks. We are averaging about 50 miles per day and whenever we are ready we just find a little creek and explore it until it gets too shallow then we anchor for the night. These little out of the way places are very quiet and peaceful. All the people that pass are friendly and a wave is a must. The official controlling depth at mean low water for this part of the ICW is 12 feet. We can attest that in the last few years someone has forgotten about this. We came through one part during a falling tide (not low yet) and the depth was less than 7 feet. We have plowed a few furrows here.