Inn at Harbour Town - Sea Pines Resort
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Today was a busy day. When your away you always try to accomplish everything. Today was one of those days.
We left the house at 09:00 a.m. to meet up with Judy and David who live here in Bluffton. What great people. Jean has known Judy for years and she wanted to make sure that we were introduced so we drove over to their magnificent home in Hampton Hall.
After the usual introductions we all headed out ...
... saw many family members and were lucky enough to pick up our Denver grandchildren(and see our daughter) twice along the way and take them along for a couple weeks to enjoy what this great Country has to offer. During the summer, we headed up to New England and spent a couple of weeks with the younger boys and our son and daughter-in-law in New Jersey and Maine.
It's time to retire this old coach (not to mention us) ...
Yesterday was a R&R day. Mommy and I went on our walk but we had to cut it short 'cause we had to take Daddy & Steve to the golf course. I got to go and ride in the cart. On the way back Mommy got a call that one of the cats wasn't acting right. It was the nice one, Miss Kitty. Mommy was pretty worried all morning till my doctor called. She's going to be OK. Probably just her bronchitis from the weather. She ...
... out in an attempt to make the campfire. I wasn’t sure if we would go but just getting Kody out and moving was a good way to keep him awake. We rode our bike around as Mamaw followed on foot with stops at the game station and fire pit. Our hosts for the fire pit were quite entertaining, but I will say that Joey definitely connected the best with the kids. It was a sing along fire that I wasn’t sure if Kody would be involved with, but ...
... the old River Street District. I see signs indicating that it is to our left. I ask Jil what street to turn on. "Not yet." Okay, what is the name of the street we should turn left on to. She is studying the map on her "smart" phone- there is no reply. She finally blurts out the name of a street that I know runs parallel to the one on which we travel. I slow down and enter a housing project. The street has ended. Jil looks up from the map and says "Ohhh." I ...