The Rhett House Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
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... I highly recommend being a cat cuddler! I miss those kitties, but when we get back from traveling I will spoil my own 2 boys, Duncan and Hayden, even more!
We went to Savannah, GA twice -- it was a quick 45 minute drive. The first time, we did a Segway tour of some historical sites, and then met up with Andrea and Frank - the sister and brother-in-law of our Uncle Tom. We LOVED the Segway tour! I was a bit worried ...
... 8230;2...1...go!” I made a swift dash to the dumpster, lifted the lid just enough to slide the trash under fearing a coon might spring out to snatch the bag and turned around all in the same motion. Mission accomplished. We retreated to the Scamp and finished our night with a few games and a couple of drinks.
The next morning we packed up, took one last walk down the beach and said our farewells to Jim and Judy, promising to keep in touch. ...
... blessed to have this time to travel and to enjoy each other's company. So far, the only difficulty we have had has been the storm that came through when we were in Georgia.
Well, this blog is quite a bit longer than the previous postings because we got rain last night (2/10) and this morning (2/11). That has meant some down time in the woody.
Last night our meager garbage bag was left on the picnic table (seasoned campers like ...
... br> That's when we realized the leash in my right hand was attached to an empty collar. Zeke, our 12 year old lab was no where in sight. With copper safely back on leash, it was time for the panic to resume, this time for Zeke. My oldest daughter, Jessica, and I ran back toward the beach. Zeke being black as night was easy for me to miss as I ran right past him. Jessica didn't though. "Dad, he is right here". Zeke sat in the sand, looking up at us with scared eyes. I can only ...
... fill. We turn inland, the beach front continues on through the
3600 block, out to where the land ends.
The jug-fill offers three stations, each just large enough to accommodate a 5 gallon jug,
I am glad ours are only one gallon. Quick and easy we are in and out, heading back
up island with the salt marsh to our left, sheltered from the wind
along the tree ...