Ramada Hilton Head
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... must have been the Red Bull. We even got to drive by Paula Dean's famous Savannah restaurant, Lady & Sons. The most appealing thing about Savannah was their town squares. Originally there were 24 squares within the historic downtown (now only 22) that allowed the residents of the 1700's to mix, mingle and socialize.
Driving back to Bluffton, we opted for dinner in the little town rather than hang in ...
... their last minute purchase. Right now there is not a flower in town either, Wednesday is delivery day.
I have received some special gifts. A painting is on my fridge, a painted shell is on my dresser and a bracelet Nia made me is on my wrist. Love them!
We had planned on going to The Old Post Office for our Anniversary dinner but it is closed on Mondays as well as the only other "fine" dining establishment on the Island. ...
... happy for us, called our move gutsy, and wanted to know if there was any extra room for them. But what struck a cord with me the most was that a number of people who said our adventure had inspired them to follow their dreams. It was something I never thought about much but I am so grateful that I could leave byinspiring others to do more than just dream but to make it a reality.
On March 16th ...
October 26, 2012
Edisto Beach SP
Our stop in Gastonia proved a little
longer than we thought it would be. Still, with Jessica and John's
help, we got a whole lot accomplished! We bought our new TOAD,
ordered and installed a hitch to receive the new bike rack. We still
have to decide on a tow system and get that taken care of over the
next couple months. Extra thanks again to John and Jessica for all
their help and company! Did I forget ...
... with a spread like this for lunch we would not even consider dinner. Now you know I like to eat so skipping a meal is definitely not a possibility. We were running out for an afternoon snack of ice cream and wound up stopping at the Skull Creek Boathouse. My parents had recommended this restaurant and fortunately arrived about 20 minutes before we did, and were able to get our names in the hat so our wait was only about 10 minutes once we arrived (we had ...