Knights Inn Point South/Yemassee
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... when it is busy making ice. If I had known that, I would have filled the tub with ice after my shower. Lol
I brought a couple of pair of earplugs with me so with earplugs and a pillow over my head, I got a reasonable nights sleep.
... food stalls everywhere. So tempting to buy things but we were pretty well behaved and just did a very little bit of Christmas shopping. After walking around for a couple hours it was later in the afternoon and time to hit the road again. We headed back to the library, climbed into the van and started to drive towards the Beaufort area islands. South Carolinas coast line is a little tricky to traverse because it is mostly made up of islands that are separated by ...
... brief winding drive through the marshy forest we pulled into the day beach access lot. There was plenty of room to park the Scamp, there was only one other vehicle in the entire lot. We did a quick scan of the beach before making our sandwiches to discover that we had the beach to ourselves, minus the one gentleman looking for buried treasure about 200 yards down the coast. We could not believe it, it was an absolutely beautiful Sunday afternoon and ...
... Left Tenant Dan on his shrimp boat!
After this we go the beach for the afternoon to read and swim.
At campsite before dinner we end up with 4 different couples at our site talking to us.. it seems they dont see a lot of BC people in here! Real nice friendly people!
Marcy makes a great curried shrimp dish for dinner then a nice campfire to end this very full day!
doesn't get much better than this!
... the most picturesque settings we've seen on the trip. We have enjoyed wonderful sunsets from the stern the past couple of evenings and thought about keeping the boat here while we go back to KS, but are pushing southward to Jacksonville as originally planned. We will definitely be back here next year, though.
As you can see from our activities, we've had a busy summer and unfortunately blogging has taken a back seat. We are really enjoying our ...