The Beaufort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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At the Old Sheldon ruins a friend told us about an overgrown trail to a hidden and rare slave cemetery. Booyah! Leslie and I found the trail head and started our way down, only to be detoured by massive silk webs and freaking nuclear-sized spiders. Scared out of our minds, but still determined, we headed back to the car to strategize. Googled the spider to make sure their stare alone would not poison us, and determined ...
... I previously mentioned most of the homes are privately owned, and some have even managed to stay in the same families hands. They are not open to the public except once a year in October. I think that "tour" would be awesome but it falls on our Thanksgiving weekend, a time that I am thankful in another place.
It is noon and Tony is still sleeping on and off. During the past week the pines have shed their pollen and I ...
... swamp lands along the way. The southern part of the US is also known for the moss that hangs beautifully from five or six of the native trees - it is both practical in its uses but also for the atmosphere it creates - it is very photogenic. Some of you might know this tree and this kind of environment by some famous movies shot in this area - Forest Gump and The Big Chill are the most well known, followed by GI Jane and The Rules ...
... crab and offered it up for anyone to suck/bite off, Quinn would immediately say "Me" before anyone else had an opportunity to volunteer. We may have a couple of future crab lovers or Andrew Zimmermans on our hands. Now only if we can get them as excited to eat zucchini and sweet potatoes. Too boring I guess. (Mandy's addition: I even had the chance to try crab eggs. They were chewy, and a little salty. I'd take the meat ...
... to drink some too, but it tasted funny. I had several short walks during the day, but it was very hot and Mommy didn't seem to want to go. She spent most of the day reading and helping me write my blog. After I had my dinner they left me here alone! Even though Mommy left me her nightgown to sleep on I was waiting on the back of the couch when they got back. I still haven't been in the golf cart, maybe today. ...