Sandy Beach Resort
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Mon. 18th Sept. Time seems to be disappearing fast, we are now about half way through our trip. Cool foggy day so off inland for some stunning weather. Stopped early to camp at a place in a grove of redwood trees, pretty place to catch up on chores. Tues. 19th sept. Not one of our better days. Brian wanted one last look at the Pacific coast so we …
... watched Randy go into the water."
The rest of us walked into the water—ankle deep.
We went to a local diner, “Good Fellas” for lunch. It is not much to look at from the outside; but it got great reviews. We all enjoyed our lunch and stayed visiting for a long time. It seems like we ...
... visiting and seeing the sights.
George and Stephanie were not interested in riding the Sky Wheel. Randy and I thought about it; but I was not convinced I really wanted to ride that giant Farris wheel. It was easy to say I did not want to spend the money—but I was probably just a “big chicken”.
... And what could be more glorious than the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean.
It was worth it! We had gone yesterday to scope out the "perfect" spot to sit and have our perfect view of the sun coming up over the horizon.
As we enjoy our perfect moment watching the sunrise; ...
... one of the top 10 public gardens in the US according to Trip Advisor. The entrance fee is $14 and is good for 7 days. I think you get your moneys worth in one day (I spent 4 hours here), but if you like to spend a lot of time wandering, then you might need more time.
Brookgreen Gardens was the site of Brookgreen Plantation back in the day and was turned into a non-profit museum in the 1930s by the Huntingtons, who also ...
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