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... so we could take a swim. It was after 5:00 by now so dogs were again allowed on the beach. We headed out into the waves with Harley right with us. He jumps the waves just like we did and doesn’t have any fear of them. He got one that washed over him and he just bobs up and keeps on going. I think he enjoyed it but we didn’t stay in too long because it was around high tide and it was a bit rougher than we cared for.
... so we could watch the sun rise over the Atlantic. So, I got the coffee going and we headed off to the beach with Harley. When we got to the sand we were not alone. There were quite a few people there, most of whom were there for the same reason we were.
Right on cue, at around 6:07 a glowing ball of fire peeked over the horizon. There were a few small clouds low in the sky and they glowed orange as well. I took several pictures as it rose. ...
... was a map of the complex on the counter that was about 2' by 3' in size. I took a peek while the lady was checking me in and I think I counted 10,000 spaces. Well, not really, 10,000, but it was a whole bunch. I'll just go out on a limb here and say I bet I'll never see another one that is this big. This place is so big that it probably has its own census tract.
Our space number was 3136, and it was in the second section away ...
... Our next stop was the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum. We LOVED IT. This was Peggy's favorite thing to do on this trip. The exhibits were Swim by Charles Williams (huge paintings of his experience of almost drowning); My Inner Garden by Laurie Blum (her inspiration were trips to the Garden of Paradise in Shiraz, Iran); Voices of the Island, a Cuban Art Collection of Reynier Llanes who had ...
I really had to motivate my sisters. The weather is cool and wet. But I got them out eventually, and they enjoyed the day. We went to Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet. Entrance fee was $5/person and $2/person for Atalaya, the Huntington's oceanfront home. We kept our umbrellas with us as it kept drizzling throughout the day. There were covered picnic tables for our lunch.
Joe was our tour guide ...