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Travel Blogs from Hilton Head
... and I commented expertly on the tobacco fields lining the road. These turned out to be soy bean fields, but no matter. We bought peanuts at twice the supermarket price at a little roadside shop, Mrs Henry engaging the shop owner in conversation about Joh Bjelke Petersen and the peanut industry in Kingaroy, Queensland, more generally.
“Maaah, aaah had no aaah dear Oz-tria was a pee nut proh dooser, is that a fact, yes, indee-dee”, responded ...
... and the Yamacraw tribe. They became good friends and when Tomochichi died in 1739 he was buried with full military honours in Wright Square. It was refreshing to learn about cooperation, friendship and mutual respect between settlers and the Yamacraw tribe. It is unfortunate that this was not the model for all such relationships between European settlers and indigenous people in the centuries ...
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 ...
... passed the rag back and forth for team pirates. We may not have one the event but we went down fighting and the younger boys on the team even doused the cast members with the icy water for a good measure.
Round 3 - This game was a relay race that was considered to be a rescue and recovery for Mr. Potato Head. You had to find the missing parts at the bottom of the pool and put Mr. Potato head together. Kody had the lead leg of the race for ...
... just kept going up and down up and down, and saying "Daddy come on ". Kody on the other hand thought this was his castle that it was his duty to protect. He would challenge me to a duel and then go and hide in the castle. Little sneaky dude!!! Our last stop was in the toddler area where Noel started acting as Chef Noel. She was in the toy kitchen whipping up some concoction that only a 2 year old could dream of with her chef hat and ...
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