Motel 6 - Pawleys Island
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Cruise Director" and “Guide Book” as nicknames while on vacation, if the flip-flop fits…wear it proudly!
Tomorrow starts this new chapter, filled with a lot of unknowns and more pure excitement that I’ve felt in a very long time. I’ll be adding several new places to my growing list of places I’ve seen and revisiting a favorite or two during this cruise. I’m most excited for ...
... mobile hotspots through the cellular carriers for the majority of our connectedness. 1) Two weeks ago (mid October) we received unexpected notice from our internet hotspot provider, Millenicom, that our account, along with all others, we being transferred to Verizon. They gave us no information other than Verizon would contact us, but didn't say when. A week goes by and being fortunate members of a small RV group called "Mobile Internet Afficianodos" (MIA) we were reading its ...
“Are y’all new here?” My teacher inquires.
“Yes, M’AM!” she shouts.
“Yes, M’am, “ I continue. “Our family moved here from MI for the winter, and this is my first day in this school.”
“Well,” my teacher explains, “we have a dress code here. Yer dress has ta touch da floor when yer on yer knees. ...
... a milky white complexion, and sunken cheeks. She’s wearing worn, tight-fitted, straight-legged blue jeans and a blue jean jacket over a white t-shirt. She’s my height at 5’2”, and probably the same age as I, 15. With a flick of her fingers, my books lose their balance, and BANG, they slam on the bathroom’s tiled floor.
I glare into her eyes. Her frame is so slight, that I know I can take her down in a ...
... the richest men in SC did not sign it because he had a stroke just before so there is a spot on the document left open for him to sign after the stroke-which he never did. The owners only used this house for part of the year having other plantations, a summer home near the shore and their main homes in Charleston. This house sits on a plateau above the river and looks out over the river and where their rice fields used to be. They ...