Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort
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... several pools on the property, one heated, but it was too cool for us to want to take a plunge.
Thank goodness, we were back in the room when a storm came through. Later the two of us drove to Bullie's BBQ which we had seen while looking for a lunch place. Not a fancy establishment but very good food---pulled pork sandwich, fries, slaw and drink.
... managed to identify some of the constellations with some assistance from the Internet!
Edisto means different things to different people. For me it is zen-like. As you drive down to the island you feel you are experiencing time travel, going back to a simpler, softer, quieter time. The further you are from the city and the traffic the more mystical it seems. I have never seen so many grand ...
... 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 ...
... in its present moment, as with the vast audience I expect this blog to have, some of you may not know what context this trip is in...some of you might even be surprised to see that it lists "Savannah" as my current city, as I have not been diligent in keeping in touch and updating people regularly!
Shortly after college, I moved across the country to Savannah and have been working for International Paper ...
... hid this fact he was black and became a very successful merchant and shipping magnet. He had a son named Moxley who went onto become a Brigadier General in the CSA. I am not sure that would have thrilled some of the southern participants of what is known in Savannah as "The war of Northern Aggression".
Mr. Sorrel's first wife, who was white, died during child birth. A few years later he married his sister-in-law which ...