The Beaufort Bridge
Many sidewalks we saw in the Low Country were made of crushed (and whole) shells.
We loved these swings and sat in them ourselves for about 20 minutes on a beautiful day.
You never see cigar store Indians in the NW.
Our view at dinner at the Old Fort Pub. The view was better than the food.
My seafood jambalya
Kathleen's beet salad
My pork which was incredibly salty. In the middle was a superb corn polenta.
You have to love my beautiful wife and the guy behind her's hair. Seriously.
We loved the name of their WiFi networks.
The view from our hotel room.
And the next morning. Much clearer after a huge thunderstorm all night.
A couple (not us) walking on the beach
Kathleen about to order breakfast
Delicious food at the Plantation Cafe and Deli
Loved the mugs and again, great coffee
Stopped at the Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge
Went beer tasting at Salt Marsh Brewing. Had some great beers
And they had some great beer sayings
A cool little church we found in Bluffton after the beer
Now you know where it is.
The Hilton Head lighthouse
So many sculptures just make little girls look creepy
A harbor panorama in Sea Pines
Dinner at the amazing Lucky Rooster Kitchen and Bar. This was Kathleen's appie, a panzanella salad that was totally different.
Some of the best octopus (with alligator) I have ever had. Asked for bread to get every drop of the broth. Amazing.
My fried chicken. DELICIOUS!
Kathleen's roasted chicken
Blueberry cobbler finished one of the two best dinners on the trip.
Back at the hotel, took a walk on the beach
Lots of folks out for the perfect weather.
Kathleen loved the warm water.
And the small waves in the Atlantic.
All kinds of fishermen
A very nice young couple came by and asked us to take their picture and then took ours. It has become one of my favorites of us.
They took a few. I like this one best.
Told you I would come back the next morning to shoot the neon.51