Hilton Garden Inn Beaufort
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We all hopped in the car yesterday and headed to Botany Beach, a must see we were told. Botany Bay Plantation Heritage Preserve and Wildlife Management Area is 4,687 acres and consists of two plantations: Bleak Hall and Sea Cloud. The land was acquired by Daniel Townsend in the 1780's whose family owned and farmed until the early 1900's. The property has three miles of ocean front and extensive wetland.
The visit is a drive (or cycling) tour following narrow roads with ...
The clock is ticking and most of our team is starting to pack, or at least think about it! Next week at this time we will be in the air, past the point of no return.
For me, this trip started out months ago with a deep conviction to be more diligent about the Gospel.
"My hope, my desire, my prayer is that the Gospel would be my one boast, my one hope, and my one magnificent obsession-that my heart would be moved and that I would have ...
... told us if you rubbed your hands or feet in the wet sand after dark, you would see sparks of light from the photoplankton. We all thought this was pretty cool and also enjoyed looking up at all the stars that filled the night sky. We really enjoyed our time here and in some ways hated to have to leave after 3 nights but were also ready to see what else was in store for us!
... go near one. The rest of the day wasn't very exciting until we took the the golf cart over to the ferry to meet Mitzi and Steve. I like to ride in the golf cart. My sitter uses one at work and sometimes I get to go with her. It's fun. They all went out for a few hours last night and left me by myself. They were gone longer than usual, but it's OK. I know the routine now. ...
When it was time to leave Edisto Beach
we punched Hunting Island into the GPS and with the blinding speed of
satellite technology, we found it only 13 miles away, as the crow
flies! Push the GO button on the GPS and see that we would need to
log 83 miles to get there! Those who know of our travels know that
distances of that magnitude require a great deal of prior planning.
We would ...