The Beaufort Inn
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... Visions of revolutionaries, slaves, cotton fields abound. The main exports were in fact cotton and indigo.
From there we drove over the bridge into Hilton Head for lunch. Jean wanted to make sure that we had dinner at an excellent seafood restaurant Hudson's where we all pigged out on everything seafood, including soft-shelled crabs - the first of the season. After we dropped Judy and David back at the house, ...
... with their mother-in-law. We are very fortunate.
Donna sent me a photo she had received from her daughter today. It was taken this morning and North Bay was receiving a hit of snow. I wish they were not going back to snow and cold temperatures. We tidied the house, finished some laundry and organized the fridge in preparation for our next week.
It is quiet here, very quiet. We miss them.
... employee complaining about the weather: yeah, but look at where we are ... looking out onto the Atlantic. Park employees response: when you live here you forget to see it that way. (These are the things that have always endeared Spencer to me . . . And continue to make me strive to see the world through his eyes. He is always a cup half full kind of guy!)
Spencer read my posting and said, "I'm a full cup kind of guy . . . My cup is always ...
... br> That's when we realized the leash in my right hand was attached to an empty collar. Zeke, our 12 year old lab was no where in sight. With copper safely back on leash, it was time for the panic to resume, this time for Zeke. My oldest daughter, Jessica, and I ran back toward the beach. Zeke being black as night was easy for me to miss as I ran right past him. Jessica didn't though. "Dad, he is right here". Zeke sat in the sand, looking up at us with scared eyes. I can only ...
... water that I have judged unfit for consumption. Across this country our
public waterworks provide us with clean, fresh water. Water we have already pay
for, yet we go on spending and polluting for the mere convenience of “water to
go”. Meanwhile 884 million men, women and children spend much of
their energy daily just to obtain this most basic of human ...