Pawleys Island Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Under leaden skies and the kind of rain to get Noah reaching for his timber yard discount card, we left our lovely apartment in Sunset Beach and commenced the next leg of our journey. We paid a brief visit to Myrtle Beach which easily maintained its reputation for tackiness. At one of its more tasteful attractions, a ...
... a "causeway" that is surrounded by the salt marsh. People were walking up and down the sidewalks, peering into the water at something. Once we got closer we realized they were all staring at an ALLIGATOR. Unfortunately we couldn’t stop our car on the causeway so we glued our faces to the windows as we drove past. SO COOL! When we registered for our campsite (the campground was completely booked, so glad we make reservations months ahead!) I told ...
... thrilled to be helping uncle Craig set up his fireworks display!
At sunset, we all tried to help Craig get the show going, asking people to move back, loading the "shells" into the mortars, rolling out 30' of continuous firecrackers, etc...
Once the sun sets, the show begins to the sounds of folks on the beach yelling out their oohs and ahaas! Wow! Absolutely incredible show and worthy of any city sponsored ...
... baby" laughter too. Scott kept making a funny face and JT would mimic him. He loved chasing Holly and pulling the poor dog's ears. I'm so thankful Holly is such a sweet dog and just played with him. After moving to the porch to enjoy some time in the swing, we returned to the RV for the night. With so many people in the house it was much easier for everyone. After this long it just feels like ...
... once the centre of a thriving network of low country rice plantations; by the 1840s the area produced nearly half the rice grown in the United States. Today its home to over 50 historical homes dating back to 1737.
We did the historical homes tour, visiting 42 of them. Seeing such properties as Bethel African Methodist church, which is the oldest African religious denomination in the U.S. Also the Childermas Croft house which was occupied by the ...