Kiawah Island by Pam Harrington Exclusives
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... the direction of the bird's flight path because the crow would head back towards land. The Vikings carried the birds in a cage secured to the top of the mast. Later on, as ships got bigger and the lookout stood his watch in a tub high up the main mast it was called the "crow's nest" 3. The word captain comes from the Latin word for head - caput so even admirals on ships are called captains. 4. The expression 'to turn ...
... at 18 and the trophy ceremony, hugging his Dad, etc...awesome!
5. Finally, enjoying a couple beers back at the media bar while we waited for Rory to come to the interview room. Then when he did, we sat up close and I even got to ask a question. Here it is, along with Rory's answer:
"Q. You talked about your comfort factor here at Kiawah. Can you talk about the ocean courses there in your homeland and did that add ...
We are having a grand time at the PGA this week. The media center is first class, complete with dining facilities and a bar. We are picked up by a bus each morning at a Charleston hotel 10 minutes from our campsite at the James Island County Park, then driven to the golf course at Kiawah. The traffic is crazy so it takes us one and a half to two hours to ...
... is the boardwalk because that did burn out in the big fire. Ah well, we couldn't have made it to Minnies Lake anyway because we would have had to come in by the West Entrance 75 miles away. Another time hopefully!
The trip up the swamp was amazing. It was quite spooky moving quietly through the water watching eagerly for alligators and turtles and the photo opportunities were outstanding. I did my best to try and capture some of the atmosphere but as I have ...
... Tour to get an idea of the layout of the place. John, our driver, ended his presentation with a statement that he says fits the way of life in Charleston: We start the day slowly, he said, then we taper off... Sounds good to me. Works for us most every day. Why not try it tomorrow?
Oh, I also loaded a couple of photos I took earlier. One at a cafe and two at Dreher Island State Park in central South Carolina. What do you think??