Tides Folly Beach
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- Swimming pool
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... we were off to Wine and Design to paint out Goats. All much relieved that the pencil sketch had already been done. For all but Jud it was the first time tout brush to canvas. All were trilled and amazed at how well the Goats turned out! Bruce- Woke early and shared coffee with the neighbors from NC and Texas respectively. Drove to Patriot's Park where the CV Yorktown is docked. Caught the boat to Fort Sumter for an hour at the fort. Not ...
... anger and annoyance behind us and headed out for some drinks. We also made the decision to cancel our planned September Orlando wedding anniversary trip. As, with us going to Florida this week it did seem a tad indulgent, and also a bit of a waste of money given that we could do what we wanted to do there over a few days starting this weekend. So we've changed our plans slightly and are going to hit the Magic Kingdom and Universal after Savannah (our next destination) rather ...
... us, and we saw very few animals and wildlife because, unlike us, they had enough smarts to successfully seek refuge from the weather. We did learn from our nature guide that Spanish moss is not even a kind of moss and is instead closely related to the pineapple family. Who in the heck knew that?!?
While on the tour, we learned that the exact same nature swamp we were visiting had previously served as the location for filming the 1982 low-budget, horror ...
... you’ll find the Moon Pie shakes a retro dream. Leave your beach blanket behind and swing on into this easy on the eyes and ears beachside bistro. They’re open for lunch and dinner, and also within walking distance from the beach and the Folly Beach fishing pier in case you blow out a flip-flop. Oh yeah, if you need convincing it’s time to unwind, the dude on the patio strummin’ his six string singing those buffet ballads will ...
... weren’t so incredibly charming and was stark and devoid of character, you would still be intoxicated by the culinary fare.
The Lost Dog’s Whistlin’ Dixie Shrimp and Grits, dressed with shrimp and sautéed bacon, scallions and garlic will have you thinking you are a dining at a table in heaven. The Eggs Benedict, layered with Canadian bacon, eggs, cheeses, scallions, and blanketed in ...