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... with a bit of bush whacking and trail breaking. Then we head off to explore Old Village in Mt Pleasant and then lunch overlooking the Mt P marina. Barb is coming in from KY and joins us here. We split up - Barb and I head for Folly Beach and Bruce is off for his adventures. Kath - we all arrive at FB by 4:30 or so. Unpack - it is wonderful to have an elevator!!!!! Then rock on the porch and listen to the ocean. Bruce - left Kath with Barb ...
... a ball into the cyclonic winds that blow off the water made me pee a little bit in my pants.
We then drove out to Wadmalaw Island, which is much less developed, more rural, and counts farming as a staple. Our destination was the Firefly Distillery and Irvine Winery. Irvine makes sweet wines using the grapes from muscadine vines, and we tasted each of the five varietals they offer. While I knocked back each of them with relish, there were a ...
... for years.
On open patio complete with shade, if you’re a sun baked tourist sporting a Folly burn, along with an outdoor shower to wash the saltwater blues away, is all the convincing you’ll need to leave your cares behind for a Jimmy Buffet tune, a fat tuna BLT and a frozen concoction to chill you from the inside out.
If you’ve worked up an appetite carving waves, or if you’re only a shubie, try one of ...
... Carol’s been cooking up delectable dishes ever since. The Lost Dog restaurant, located on Folly Beach, SC is packed from the time they open until the time they close. The locals love the food as much as the tourists and snowbirds that return every year.
This enchanting Folly Beach restaurant envelops you in its charm even before you step up to the front porch. The porch railing surround with its ...
... up good food, as it is about the warmth of the sun and the sand.
Sea breezes fanning palm frawns, saltwater mist kissing my cheeks, and having sand between my toes as well as every other place sand isn’t supposed to be, is a memory I relish. Mel Erickson, Manager at Locklear’s Beach City Grill on Folly tells me it’s in the 70’s today and business is still bustling even after the holidays. Seems like I’m not the only one in a ...