Harbour Lights Resort
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... knew where Murrieta was. We talked for some time and found out he was in the Air Force and did a lot of moving around in his career. They currently live in South Carolina and he said he really likes it here. He said the current weather we are enjoying was much less humid than it usually is at this time of year because of a high pressure system off the coast. I guess we picked a good time to be here.
The couple had a small dog on ...
... trees, or what, but it is really nice here.
As we were eating dinner outside I was looking at one of the trailers across from us. It was brought in earlier in the day by one of those trucks I mentioned. A truck pulled up and a couple got out and began working on getting it set up. I was noticing how old and faded the trailer was and said to Cheryl, "Looks like that’s been around the block a few times." Cheryl’s ...
... It should also be a bit cooler where we are heading, which is right on the ocean.
Our neighbors from across the way, Jorge and Jamie, were leaving today as well and are heading to the same campground we are in now. We haven't seen them yet but we will walk around later to check for them.
It was a short travel today at only 100 miles, but it was a nice drive. It really started out a bit rocky, though. Our plan was ...
... which is Savannah’s beach community for our first good look at the Atlantic coast. The town itself was quite unspecial, just a strip of motels and kitschy taverns and shops received by the occasional quaint old beach cottage. The beach was nice though… it is the expected huge expanse of sandy beach separated by grassy dunes from the town, and with a nice little wooden pier stretching out a way. we couldn’t. for the life of us, find any kind ...
... by mid-career contemporary, professional artists from Pinar del Rio, a unique multicultural region of Cuba; Imaginary Botanicals by Kathleen Elliot (these are flameworked glass that are leaves, fruits, flowers, pods, and vines; and a permanent collection titled The Mapmakers Art: The Bishop Collection of Antique Maps and Historical Prints: 1606-1863.
We logged in over 5000 steps or 2.3 miles today.