Heading to South Carolina and I was riding through an armybase when I thought I saw a tank silohute on a yellow background, and this confirmed it.
Of course this is all I got to see of Myrtale Beach, because the VP was in town and forced me to sleep in my car.
Opened a Window
But it allowed me to wake up early enough to catch this...
I think that it is bowlegged.
A little creepy crawly just trying not to make it for breakfast.
This wonderful structure was also found at Huntington Beach State Park. Built during 1931-1933.
By Archer Huntington, a noted authority on Spanish history. He designed the home from memory
after the Moorish architecture of the Spanish Mediterranean Coast.
With Glorious Courtyard
Fit for a king, perfect for playing football, or just some lazy louging around.
But aparetly it was off limits because it was thown in here.
The Best Part
Of Charleston, that is. Was this bridge that I eventually crossed after breaking out of Atalaya Castle. I don't see what people see in those silly decommisoned military ships.
After leaving Charleston heading to what would be my last stop before Hilton Head Island, SC, here at, Robert Smalls' home, located in Beaufort, SC. It has been designated a National Historic Lanmark since 1975. Robert Smalls was...
African American Congressman. Robert Smalls was born a slave and escaped during the Civil War, and returned to serve five terms in congress for South Carolina.
Did I get here already? Welcome to Hilton Head Island, SC!!!!
While I was enjoying family and Hilton Head, my mother, my sister and I went here. The fifth lighthouse on the tour (and I know I must have skipped a few), the Tybee Island Lighthouse.
We all got to enjoy this view on this special lighthouse..
This lighthouse is special because it still uses refracting lenses and a lightblub.
If they thought enough to spend money on the sign....
I also went fishing for gators...
(It's in the middle)
With a rental dirt bike.
And Enjoying Sunrises on the Beach
Diving off of diving boards
I had to come home if only so that I can leave again.
Photo Credit: Maria Mejia