Super 8 Beaufort / Paris Island
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... opening up an emotional new debate. So go some of the headlines while on holidays and that was just the front page.
We took Rob on a tour of Edisto as planned and for fish tacos at McKonkeys. We were heading to Botany Bay but the road was closed, the rain had created some nasty mud ruts. Hopefully it will be cleared up soon and we will try again. Needless to say the rest of the tour did not take long and before you knew it ...
... Loggerheads use their powerful jaw to crush their food. They most often eat clams, jelly fish, squid, crustaceans such as crabs and spiny lobsters. Most of the nesting takes place in the evening or early morning from May through August. Darkness serves as added protection for nests as well as the hatchlings. Once a nest is laid it takes 55 to 90 days for the hatchlings to emerge.
... heirs or future purchasers. Over 50% of the lands are now conserved and this preservation continues to grow. Believed to be the island with the largest percentage of undeveloped space on the east coast, Edisto will remain virtually untouched by subdivision and commercialization. Twisting live oaks, pine forests and palmetto fronds sometimes hide the EIOLT wooden signs annointing the lands protection. Now we know what the signs mean. They are ...
... let it run for a while and after I finished talking with Raye I went out and backed it off of the dolly for him. It's just a bit muddy outside (and inside now that Jerry has tracked it in) because several spigots had been left on overnight to prevent freezing.
As we were leaving we stopped by the office to get some ideas for sightseeing today and of course to find the locations for a Lowe's and Walmart. No matter where we travel ...
... We finished the day at Island Video and Ice Cream located near the resort. Nothing of note here other than another tale of how strange my hippy homeschooled kids are. Quinn had a root beer float. The root beer came from a can which is given to the customer to pour into their float at their own leisure. After sitting down, Quinn got his mischievous/embarrassed/ashamed look on his face, looked up at us, and asked if ...