Beaulieu House At Cat Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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A quieter day. Fog again in the morning and most of the day. Jerry and I took a walk by the inlet and went to the Country Kitchen in the Straw Market for lunch then walked back. I kept waiting for the fog/clouds to go away and finally about 3pm headed to beach for a walk. Went through the beach walker park and headed west to the end of the island. It was 1.8 miles from cottage to get to end of ...
... br> sightings weekly, out in the marsh the usual half-dozen wading birds
while along the shore a scattering of gulls, terns ,willets, plovers
and once in a while different sea ducks.
Over the past nine-and-a-half weeks we
grown accustom to this place. The high tides of November and December
pushed the ocean into the street here and the low laying areas of
Charleston. Super Storm Sandy passed by with little ...
... like the day before. Drive, stop, go potty. About mid-afternoon we got to a place with with lots of boats and lots of scents I've never smelled before. I met lots of nice people who all wanted to rub my tummy! After awhile we got on a big boat, I walked on like I knew what I was doing! We were on the that for about 45 minutes and after I walked around and met everyone I laid down on ...
Linda and I dropped Gary off for a fishing trip. The two of us then went to Tanger 1 and Tanger 2 Outlet Malls for a day of shopping. We had to cut our trip short as Peggy and Joan locked themselves out of the condo. Linda and I returned to pick up Gary from his fishing trip. He had no fish. Gary had caught a few fish but threw them back. Again, the sisters and I went to the pool and bicycle ...
... where there was left over ruin's from the 1800's. Their houses were made out of shell and located right on the coast. The fun part was treasure hunting. When the tide comes in it washes out old pottery and glass from many decades ago. The kids loved finding pieces of plates and some indian pottery that dated ...