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... and Hawks/Giants and Packers games.
Thought we might spend a week here but tomorrow, we will drive back to Edisto Island to spend the week at the quiet state park on the beach relaxing and re-energizing before the next phase. It's more isolated and relaxed. This place is pretty but a little too upscale for our budget and too many people. My aren't we just turning into the recluses?
Here are some photos from our stay.
... homeland. He started to build a fortified house made of tabby in 1737 overlooking the waterway that ran past his property. The house took some time to complete due to two wars, one a Spanish invasion and a battle with St. Augustine. He finally finished in 1745 and started raising cattle. He planted corn, turnips, potatoes, rice, cotton, oranges, figs, pomegranates, peaches, apricots, and mulberry trees for silk. In 1756 he received a ...
... a good time playing in the water and collecting sea shells. Lloyd, who is the owner of the inn, recommended a few places to eat on the island, one of them being Gerold’s. Gerold’s is an open air restaurant that serves the BEST FRIED SHRIMP we’ve ever had. It was so good we even bought a bottle of their signature “Tybee Island sauce” which is a mango hot sauce. After requesting to buy a bottle of the sauce, the waiter told us he ...
... parts. We next headed into Colonial Park Cemetary, where we played with some Spanish moss that had fallen from the trees. The cemetary was lovely, ery well maintained and pretty, and there were a few people wandering through in the sunshine. We left and headed back through a residential area on the way to the car park as the sun began to set - the houses were absolutely stunning, with lots of wrought ironwork decoration, wooden shutters and flags. ...
... If they woke up they could ring the bell, hence the saying 'saved by the bell' and dead ringers' .
The tour got scarier as we went along, with an added highlight with the guide telling a fresh story for us never before told as it only happened the night before. We got to a spot where he said a dark man was walking toward the group on the other side of the road, but then we looked again he vanished into thin air. He stopped the group at the exact spot. ...