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... store which we had a hard time finding. The developers and planners did a great job preserving the trees on the island and you cannot see the stores from the roads most of the time so smart phone maps and GPS really help navigation.
So we spent the afternoon walking around Pinckney National Wildlife refuge where Sraddha saw some new birdies. Then, Saturday evening watching fun college football games and today (Sunday) watching the ...
... likely from Duke) whisper to his buddy, "For the record, that's the third homosexual I've seen so far." I give him the stink eye, but his shallow mind probably just interpreted it as me flirting. I came across another winner dressed in designer beach wear with the caked-on makeup to match. She cut in line and then loudly reassured the worker at the cash register that all the people she had just cut in front of we're ...
... next to my daddy and went to sleep. Getting off the boat was a bit tricky - I slipped between the dock, but got myself out. Next we got into a big van and went to another place. Finally Mommy and I left and went to another place and I had my supper. It was an hour late and I was hungry! This must be our new house. They unpacked all the bags and we slept here last night. Mommy and ...
Fort Pulaski is only a few miles from the Lighthouse, so we thought we'd best stop in here too. The Fort is named for Count Casimir Pulaski, a Polish hero from the Revolutionary War. He died in defense of the city of Savannah then. It is shaped roughly as a pentagon. The structure required twenty fife million brick to construct. It's in amazingly good condition, considering it was built in 1847 ...
... where there was left over ruin's from the 1800's. Their houses were made out of shell and located right on the coast. The fun part was treasure hunting. When the tide comes in it washes out old pottery and glass from many decades ago. The kids loved finding pieces of plates and some indian pottery that dated ...