Hampton Inn Beaufort
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... 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 ...
... it looked like the pictures. A nice red house on stilts with a covered porch filled with rocking chairs. There was plenty of room to pull the pickup under the house and out of the rain as we unloaded. The inside of the house, was well, not what we are used to when we rent a house or condo. Don't get me wrong, the structure of the house is sound, and the walls, flooring, kitchen etc. are nice and even clean. What we had an issue with was the furniture, bedding and dishes. ...
... 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. ...
... amid the destruction. A wedding picture perhaps, its frame broken . Then they
look around and back again with that blank stare of bewilderment,
lost, not sure what to do next, still cling to that broken frame.
Like those poor shaken souls we too can find some little nuggets by
sifting through the rubble of our past year. Nuggets that can buoy us
into the new year.
So as ...
... for a tour of the town. we saw the marina and the state park part of town and picked up some fresh produce and seafood for dinner! edisto has great little fresh farmer's markets and small shops, lots of character and very beachy. after lunch we spent a fabulous couple of hours on the beach collecting shells and soakin up some sun. i found a sand dollar in the surf! next time, we'll have to shoot for turtle season as the lagerhead turtles lay nest right on the ...