Palmer's Pinckney Inn
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... It was twenty-five years ago that she surprised me on my fortieth birthday. Seems like yesterday. Back then I had blond highlights in my hair bleached by the Florida sun and a ponytail. I wore red lipstick. Today my hair has grey highlights not bleached by the sun but embraced. I still wear red lipstick. I always will and I will get more grey hair, all is well.
This was another very good day. Thank you Tony, Carrie and all of you "secret keepers" out there!
... a southern drawl that just makes you smile and want to hug this woman. She takes us to our first stop just off of State Street, Dixie Supply Bakery & Cafe. So what that it shares space next to a gas station? Don't overlook a place from outward appearances, a lesson learned long ago! We came here for Sweet Tea and got a surprise tasting of grits. Not just grits, but the best damn grits of my life! Not that I'm a huge grits aficionado but let's ...
... in the area. We watched, and watched, and watched and then, suddenly, we saw the flash of the ignition. The rocket started its ascent into the sky higher and higher. It seemed to come towards us as it rose, but then curved as it went downrange and away from us. It took 30-40 seconds for the sound of the blast to reach us. We could see the booster rockets separate and fall back towards the ocean. After another minute the rocket ...
... headed back down and then walked towards the beach even though my legs felt like jello-o! The waves were nice and big thanks to the wind and I did walk down the beach a ways even though it was drizzling. This beach is great for finding shells and I'm sure it's also nice for swimming when conditions allow.
The next stop was the Marsh Boardwalk. This is a short .25 mile ...
... exist. One store we browsed had framed photos of local sights and landscapes painted on slate tiles and original bricks. As we headed toward Meeting street we came across the beautiful The Mills House Hotel. The hotel has a picturesque courtyard with a central fountain. This was a wonderful spot for us to stay and have a southern inspired brunch of crab cakes eggs benedict and a Bahamas breakfast plate of eggs, pancakes, bacon and fruit. ...