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Myrtle Beach: Margaritas, Boardwalks and Burgers

The drive was long. It seemed to be never ending and encompassed days on end. Yet in reality it only took 14 hours, over the course of 2 days to reach paradise. 477 more words

Travel

Life Through The Lens - Part II - March 4 Image

This morning there was pretty heavy fog in the area where I was working. I had a few moments to explore before heading to the site. 20 more words

Photography

a lot of lost

Today I was on my way to get some jeans altered when I got lost.

Getting very lost is something that I’m good at. I always end up really not even close from where I’m trying to go and it’s led to a few adventures but mostly a lot of UGH’s and ARE YOU KIDDING ME’s and tardies. 239 more words

South Carolina

Linked By Lengnicks: Lena Wood Lengnick

Edward Jr.’s parents were Emil Edward and Pauline (Lena) Wood Lengnick.

Lena presented a paper to the Clover Club, and you can find a copy of her work, “Beaufort Memoirs” at the Beaufort District Collection in the Beaufort County Library in Beaufort. 161 more words

Historical Issues

Plantation House


Charleston, SC (2007)

Magnolia Plantation. When the original Palladian-style mansion burned down, the heirs built this charming cottage house.

Famous visitors to its gorgeous gardens include naturalist and bird illustrator John James Audubon.

Travelogue

Life Through The Lens - Part II - March 3 Image

I was not able to post this image last night due to a very strange firewall at the hotel I was staying at blocking access to WordPress.  41 more words

Photography

Pintail Creek golf course closes; makes way for larger Savannah port

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — Fifty years of golf at Pintail Creek Golf Course came to a close Monday.

Officials said that the decision came down to decades of increasing competition for fewer golfers. 370 more words

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