The Village at Palmetto Dunes
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... must have been the Red Bull. We even got to drive by Paula Dean's famous Savannah restaurant, Lady & Sons. The most appealing thing about Savannah was their town squares. Originally there were 24 squares within the historic downtown (now only 22) that allowed the residents of the 1700's to mix, mingle and socialize.
Driving back to Bluffton, we opted for dinner in the little town rather than hang in ...
... window and yes at night some of the sunsets have been quite nice. At night you can hear crickets and frogs, it is subtle.
With a non-profit status, the Edisto Island Open Land Trust (EIOLT) allows property owners to benefit from a tax deduction on any property they donate or place a conservation easement on, to EIOLT. This gives the ability to conserve the rural and natural lands of their homes and the land they love. Property gets passed ...
... place on the island. On Sunday we were going to ride down to the beach, but we made a wrong turn and ended up taking a 15 mile ride the wrong way. Yesterday we played golf on a nice course on the main land. The golf courses on the island are just a little costly for us.
We will be here until the 18th, when ...
November 15, 2012
Edisto Beach, SC
After a couple weeks I can say that
campground hosting is not the same as camping! And that Live Oaks CG
doesn't offer the same experience as camping out on the beach. We are
still caught up in the rise and fall of the tide as it fills the
marshes that surround the campgrounds and, especial at night, you can
hear the sound of the waves pounding against the beach, but it is ...
... like Amanda so maybe he felt like he already knew her. We swam for a little while longer until Noel was ready to head in. Once everything was settled and the slide was closed it was nice to just swim with the kids. I think Kody’s second highlight was finding a small fiddler **** with several other kids. There were 5 of them (2 of my munchkins) chasing this 1 inch fiddler crab around. I really wanted to get a pic of the group huddled ...