Econo Lodge Beaufort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we walked a lot today on Botany Beach!
Back for more swimming and planning for tomorrow. Charleston bound, the Bradford's and Tony are going to the Aquarium. The Bevan's are strolling through Historic Charleston, they are all taking the water taxis, Chris and Todd touring a retired aircraft carrier, and Foster is staying with me. Tony will bring Nia and Ruby home and the parents are attending a concert. Looking forward to hearing about it all when they get home. But that is ...
... be refreshed for camp. Please pray for the teaching and testimonies, that God would be honored and there would be many decisions to follow Christ! A good many of the team members have made this trip before; please pray that that those who are going for the first time would stay healthy and not be too homesick! I have loved seeing their excited faces as leaving day has drawn closer!
Yesterday on my walk I saw something really exciting! Mommy called it a 'gater. It was on the bank of the pond near the big white birds. Mommy made daddy hold me while she took a picture. She said it was just a baby, but still didn't want any of us to get too close. I think she was scared 'cause the picture is a little blurry. Mommy said they like cute little dogs and I ...
Friday we did the car tour of Beaufort, St. Helena Island, Lady’s Island, Habersham, Port Royal, and outskirts, clearly deciding this is not the area for us. Beaufort is a quaint small town with historic homes, churches, and the Beaufort National Cemetery, a much smaller version of Charleston. Friday night at the Waterfront Park, Sgt. Dan of Forrest Gump and the Sgt. Dan Band were performing a concert to honor the Wounded Warriors, and ...
... left by their white owners to run the plantations – so during the civil war when the Union troops landed they were the first slaves to be set free and from what the shop assistant said they must still hold sway for apparently Publix (a grocery store chain) wanted to open a store nearer to the island but due to opposition from the Gullah nothing came of it. The other interesting thing was a piece of ‘furniture’ called the rocking ...