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It has been an incredible week in Hilton Head! The weather has been beautiful and it has been great to be settled for the week. We could have stayed another week here. I don't think we are going to see Charleston but we will stop in Savannah. They were in our plans but there was lots to do in Hilton Head.
On Thursday the girls were very excited about going to the ...
... That is 605 acres of old growth forest with a few small lakes and lagoons. There are trails and small roads throughout. The main draws of this preserve are a shell ring constructed by indigenous people 7500 years ago and alligators. The best chance to see the alligators is early in the morning so we dragged the kids out at 8:00 am. Liv was freaked out right from the start, she did not want any part of a close encounter with ...
... 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 ...
... lovely bathroom-and a lanai, complete with candles. Went for dinner---had fried green tomatoes ! Service was charming. Met an alligator on the path. the waiter explained it wouldn´t eat us, as they keep them well fed.
Next day the pool area was supremely well equipped-soft sunbeds, huge towels, free suncream. Every time we thought they´d disappoint, they didn´t.
Eg, provided snacks , free mineral water, lovely bath products.
So yes, it might well be the best ...
... forced to be home too, snowed in. Lets just hope the power
doesn't fail. If winter tightens it's grip, could you wait it out?
Here, along the shore, were out of the
worst of it, away from the teeth of this storm. But even here you
don't escape winter. Water left out overnight freezes. This storm has
temperatures twenty degrees below the norm, day or night. Skies are
overcast, the wind out of the northwest, its is ...