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... watched Randy go into the water."
The rest of us walked into the water—ankle deep.
We went to a local diner, “Good Fellas” for lunch. It is not much to look at from the outside; but it got great reviews. We all enjoyed our lunch and stayed visiting for a long time. It seems like we ...
... from the pier was so different than walking along the boardwalk or the beach. Standing at the end of the pier we were able to see, for what seemed like, miles down the coastline.
We all enjoyed walking down on the Boardwalk.
The view is amazing. The Atlantic Ocean is on one side and ...
... reminded that God loves us so much that he created this beautiful world for us to enjoy. He wants to provide beauty for us to see and remind us of God's power and glory.
Almost daily I remember the Bible verse: Psalm 118:24, “This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in ...
... are tables inside and outside and the outside tables are under an overhang if you are worried about sitting in the direct sun.
After lunch, I wandered through the gardens and looked at the sculptures. One of the buildings had an exhibit of bronzed horses, which of course was my favorite part of the whole place! There is a nature walk that goes outside of the garden, but it was closed due to the heavy rain the last ...
... restaurants, indoor and outdoor pools, water slide, kids activities every day, basketball courts, etc. They even have their own church and Mr/Mrs minister. In addition, they have a real garbage truck with daily trash pickup at the campsites. No alcohol sales, though. The campground discourages alcohol use.
South Carolina allows dogs on the beach this time of year. During the summer, dogs are allowed on beaches ...
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