Howard Johnson Inn Beaufort / Parris Island
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... and 47% of the population lives below the poverty line. When agriculture turned to machinery and corporations, the fields no longer needed human hands, the railroads aren't what they used to be, and all the classic downtown areas are shuttered ghost towns thanks to the Walmarts along the highway. It's eerie, sad and puts American poverty in the spot light.
Georgia will be on my mind for a very long time.
... out to scout out Federal troop's landings and to bring back any slaves left behind by their masters. When the plantation owners fled, everything was left behind in their homes. Family relics, China, jewelry, silver, and even slaves were traded for a safer life. Captured slaves were put to work for the Confederates building earthworks fortifying the mainland. Slaves captured by the Federals were considered contraband and put to work ...
... the top of the lighthouse and enjoyed the beautiful views of the surrounding area.
We headed back for some more beach time. Everyone was having a great time until Bruce suddenly hurried the kids out of the water. When Aimee asked him what was going on he said he'd seen "2 fins" out there. With a little giggle Aimee pointed out they were dolphins. I think all ...
... 56) and breezy but absolute perfection. This is the reason to travel!
During low tide we searched the shoreline for shells and shark teeth. After returning a couple of live sand dollars back to the ocean, we were rewarded with a beautiful one that was dead. No shark teeth today, but we have until Tues.
The woody continues to be quite a draw. That has allowed us to meet amazing people . . . . from as far away as Germany.
Linda and I dropped Gary off for a fishing trip. The two of us then went to Tanger 1 and Tanger 2 Outlet Malls for a day of shopping. We had to cut our trip short as Peggy and Joan locked themselves out of the condo. Linda and I returned to pick up Gary from his fishing trip. He had no fish. Gary had caught a few fish but threw them back. Again, the sisters and I went to the pool and bicycle ...