Travel Blogs from Little River, United States

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Another Day on the Water, Little River, United States travel blog

Another Day on the Water

A travel blog entry by mwall60

... the net or at least something net like. Nothing. The impossible has happened. How do you go fishing without a net? Embarrassed and a little scared I tell Gail we have no net. Without missing a beat, Gail being the crabbing Queen she is, lifts the crab ...

Redemption, Little River, United States travel blog

Redemption

A travel blog entry by mwall60

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... Every time Gail would go to pull a line these freaking Pelicans would attack. The bigger one of the two started to get cocky and did a little mouth open attack thing on me. Oh yea buddy, its game on now! Grabbing the net I started to sword fight with this ...

Collard greens and Hush Puppies, Little River, United States travel blog

Collard greens and Hush Puppies

A travel blog entry by mwall60

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During the past few days Gail and I have been busy driving from store to store, buying things for our new home. As is always the case with us, we stop for something to eat most every trip. Being in the south has opened up a new world of foods for both ...

Solar Disk Valentine's, Little River, United States travel blog

Solar Disk Valentine's

A travel blog entry by wanderlustroots

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We drove from Charleston through a blizzard to get to Mia's house in Little River.  The news warned of severe weather conditions....2 to 3 inches of snow!!  I guess that's a lot for the south. As soon as we get to Mia's we very quickly ...

The ordering of Palms, Little River, United States travel blog

The ordering of Palms

A travel blog entry by mwall60

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On our many trips back and forth to the new house, Gail has secretly been spying on everyones landscaping in the neighborhood. Unbelievably I really didn't notice. Now as all things in our lives, Gail had a plan. As we started out this morning in ...

MYRTLE BEACH,S.C., MYRTLE BEACH(OSPREY)MBYC,S.C., United States travel blog

MYRTLE BEACH,S.C.

A travel blog entry by mainship

... .THE WACCAMAW RIVER IS ONE OF THE PRETTIEST SPOTS ON THE ICW--CYPRESS TRUNKS WITH WILD FLOWERS,ALLIGATORS AND DOLPHIN IN THE SAME RIVER.WE SPOTTED SEVERAL OSPREY WITH YOUNG AND HAWKS.THE BANKS ARE TREE LINED AND THE SMELL OF HONEYSUCKLE AND JASMINE IN THE ...

River on the Mountain Top, DeSoto State Park, DeSoto Falls, Little River Canyon, United States travel blog

River on the Mountain Top

A travel blog entry by burtonll

DeSoto State Park, DeSoto Falls, Little River Canyon, Alabama. One of the deepest gorges east of the Mississippi River is 27-mile Little River Canyon in 5,067-acre DeSoto State Park on Lookout Mountain. The Little River is the only river in the US that ...

Massive redwoods, Van Damme State Park, United States travel blog

Massive redwoods

A travel blog entry by kimrobinson

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Toady was all about trees, but not just any trees ... really big and old ones. Redwoods to be exact.   ...

Day 33 - Fort Bragg to Van Damme State Park, Little River, United States travel blog

Day 33 - Fort Bragg to Van Damme State Park

A travel blog entry by pippatilbury

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... whilst we were trying to pitch our tents, and then tried to trade some secrets of the road ahead in return for beer. After a little catch up with Amelia, she made her way to the beach and we went in search of dinner. Annoyingly the grocery store had shut ...

Sep 16, 2011, Van Damme State Park, United States travel blog

Sep 16, 2011

A travel blog entry by mc_dave

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Takin' In Some of Nature's Finest, Little River , United States travel blog

Takin' In Some of Nature's Finest

A travel blog entry by jcbl-martin

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... in some places.   After our afternoon motoring sojourn, we lucked out by finding a quaint beachside cottage inn in Little River, complete with its own little restaurant serving fish 'n chips (standard fare for us whenever we’re anywhere ...

Van Damme State Park, Little River, United States travel blog

Van Damme State Park

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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... we were suffering a little at the end (being the out of shape folk we are at the moment..) We reached the Pygmy forest of little pines, manzanita etc. (turns out we could have just driven to this part and not even paid...but there would be no glory in ...

Magnificent Pacific, van damme state park, United States travel blog

Magnificent Pacific

A travel blog entry by cyclepath

kids with their dirt jump; lots of the ...

Sail to Fishing Creek Little Choptank River MD, Fishing Creek Little Choptank River, United States travel blog

Sail to Fishing Creek Little Choptank River MD

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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... a while up the Bay.  Unfortunately, the wind died and we motored a long way beyond the mouth of the Patuxent River.  Winds shifted to SE and we raised the spinnaker briefly until the wind died and we found ourselves motoring the rest ...

Wandering, Little River, United States travel blog

Wandering

A travel blog entry by two-4-the-road

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... restaurant then back to the campground. Still no owner so Vickie called Cheryl and we found out we were only 5 miles from a motel in Little River S C. We jumped back on the bikes and in a short time we were in a motel in Little River. Today we traveled ...

Said Hi again to The Atlantic, Little river north Myrtle Beach, United States travel blog

Said Hi again to The Atlantic

A travel blog entry by davidpower

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... coast. Why? The plane's owner Glenn Miller asked us if we had ever eaten soft shell crab. "No!! Well lets fly 200 miles to Little River North Myrtle Beach South Carolina and you can try them" So we did. And why not Glenn took off and very kindly let me ...

The Inn in the Woods, Little River, United States travel blog

The Inn in the Woods

A travel blog entry by alreadypacked

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... he got the service he needed.  We had a great dinner at La Petite Rive the first night that we were in Little River.  It's a tiny restaurant with a limited menu, but every dish was wonderful.  All five courses were just perfect.  ...

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