Beach Cove Resort
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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 ...
... in the property for a year and we were able to manage it long distance easily with the existing tenants. When they decided to move out, we hired a management company that will screen possible new tenants and manage any on-going issues. We will pay them 10% of the monthly rent; but there is no way we are able to screen new tenants when we ...
... 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 ...
... br> All good things must come to an end and I got back in the car, headed to Myrtle Beach, returned my rental car and into the airport to wait several hours for my flight. I love Charleston and it was a great vacation even though the weather was not as nice as I was hoping for. This area has so much to offer from history to parks to culture. If you can't find something of interest to you, then you are not looking hard enough!
... 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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