Beach House Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... after dark, we felt that we should make it back as there as town bylaws do not allow any neon signs or street lights in some areas so dark is dark. Next stop tomorrow will be Jupiter, Florida. It will be nice to get back to my stomping grounds and see our old condominium on Singer Island along with the home that I once owned in Jupiter. It'll be interesting to see what they look like now after 35 years or so.
We are here at Hilton Head, our former home, until the end of the month, and then we will head to Orlando at least for the winter.
Thanks to all of those who followed along with us on our journey. I have had over 11,000 people reading this over the many months. Who knew?
We have been in 40 of the 50 states, seen amazing scenery, too many barns to count, over 35,000 photos, met amazing people, re-acquainted with ...
... Coincidentally, as I was browsing the channels on the television one day, I noticed there was a showing of the movie The Water is Wide. So I watched it as well. This move was made just a few years ago. Jon Voight starred in a movie in the early 1970's called Conrack which was based on Pat Conroy's book. Before you go to Daufuskie, either read the book or watch one of the movies.
... everyone was once again back together for our evening get together. This time Alison made up one my favorite dishes – Lasagna!!!! Of course Noel and Kody had their own dish of spaghetti, and it was great to see Noel digging into the spaghetti like she never had eaten before. Papa Gee even started the night off right with a dino puzzle that took me about 20 minutes to figure out for Kody and some giant markers for Noel.
After dinner ...
... He included 4 squares, the squares intended to be used for military exercises. By 1851 the number of town squares grew to 24. In the 19th and 20th centuries 3 were lost to demolition or altered beyond recognition. In 2010 one of the "lost" squares, Ellis, was reclaimed. Jil states that we need to see all of the city squares- all 22 of them! We'll give it a whirl!
Traveling slowly east on Oglethorpe Avenue Jil states that the first place we should ...