Howard Johnson Inn Beaufort / Parris Island
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We are here at Hilton Head, our former home, until the end of the month, and then we will head to Orlando at least for the winter.
Thanks to all of those who followed along with us on our journey. I have had over 11,000 people reading this over the many months. Who knew?
We have been in 40 of the 50 states, seen amazing scenery, too many barns to count, over 35,000 photos, met amazing people, re-acquainted with ...
... overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The views from the top of the 167 steps were gorgeous even though the weather turned a little chilly today. The visitors centre in this State Park (which surprisingly stayed open despite the government shut-down debacle) had a great sign on a small fence surrounding yet another swamp - I won't spoil the surprise as I have included it as a photo! We then had a lovely dinner in downtown Beaufort ...
We rode our bicycles early today on the beach and got off the beach again at the same marker as before. Today we are going to Sea Pines Forest Preserve. We saw Lake Joe, Lake Mary, an Indian shell ring, a beautiful field of wildflowers, alligators, and turtles.
This is our last day. We always identify the best thing on the trip:
Peggy - relaxation and going home with a little color from the ...
... and take a stroll. The town is just spectacular. Small is the proper description, but inviting. The homes that surround the downtown area are large and beautiful. Crops of indigo, rice and sea island cotton brought great wealth to the region. Of course none of this woud have been possible without the use of slave labor.
The local slaves and their descendants are know ...
... 8220;Jungle Road”. Gertie and the cart, now some
25 pounds heaver, still trailing along at a good clip. Somewhere
around 10 blocks from the jug-fill, with 15 blocks to go, I start
feeling the strain, the point where I begin to pay “the cost of our
water”. The price, a mere 800 calories spent. Our biking in for the day,
we rest comfortably in ...