Oysters and muscles nestled in the Spartina Grass.
I hope y’all had a wonderful Easter. I spent the day waiting for the rain to stop. And it didn’t. On the upside, I spent a delightful evening with a friend and her three granddaughters “playing beach collection.” It was like a beach program, but with my living room floor filling in for the part of the beach. I hope I didn’t bore them too terribly, but they seemed happy when they left with their bags of goodies. Continue reading
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It’s here, spring break is finally upon us and I cannot wait to be back on the island tomorrow. This will be the last weekly featured page in honor of Spring Break 2016 and for this occasion I have saved the very best. Read about Mitchelville Beach and then come join me at my favorite place on the island. AND, if you happen to be on the island between March 24 and April 2 give me a shout.
Just one more week until spring break!! This week’s featured page showcases the beach around the heel of the island. Check it out.
Fiddler Crab Cove is the most scenic of the boardwalks (in my humble opinion), and a fantastic place for your family photos.
As the countdown to spring break continues, this week’s featured place is the Coastal Discovery Museum, located just off of William Henry Parkway (278) in the north end of the island. I’m getting excited, are you?
As the countdown to spring break continues, this week’s featured page showcases Fish Haul Creek Park on Port Royal Sound.