Two Suns Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on one, but it was really easy and fun. I can't wait to do it again somewhere. Or maybe I'll be a tour guide when we get back to NJ! On our second visit, we went to the City Market area -- honestly, I thought it was have more shops. It was a lot of bars, and art galleries (which were nice) but I didn't expect it to be as bar-ish as it was. So...we went to a bar. Always fun.
Overall, a very relaxing month.
... a strong feeling we will see them again. Becca had recommended one more destination before leaving South Carolina, the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge that rests on both the South Carolina and Georgia sides of the Savannah River. The bottomland hardwoods and tidal freshwater marshes were once rice fields of 1700 plantations. Part of the area is also known as Alligator Alley and there is a four mile loop called the Laurel Hill Wildlife Drive that ...
... better than that!). At around 11 pm the raccoon arrived and cleaned the oatmeal cookie box for us, by 7 am the local cat came to see if the raccoon left a morsel for him. And this morning a pair of cardinals cleaned up the crumbs. There is much to see from the confines of this little woody!
ALS comment to camping neighbor: I will not give up a day to this disease. (The whole thing is you are living with ALS not dying from ALS.)
... I ran faster than he could keep up with and he just stopped. Having a head way too small for his body, the collar must have just slipped right off. He was then left scared, alone, on the dark beach. We were all finally back together again. Life was good again.
We had enough excitement for one day. We headed back to The House, where we found the water to be flowing again. We were done!
... 8220;Jungle Road”. Gertie and the cart, now some
25 pounds heaver, still trailing along at a good clip. Somewhere
around 10 blocks from the jug-fill, with 15 blocks to go, I start
feeling the strain, the point where I begin to pay “the cost of our
water”. The price, a mere 800 calories spent. Our biking in for the day,
we rest comfortably in ...