We also pedaled up to Murrells Inlet with Gin and Syl. We stopped at a two boat landings along the way to have a look-see about the possibility of launching the kayaks there one day. Now all we need is warmer weather! Back at the campground, we also pedaled to the beach near the jetty and rode our bikes on the boardwalk (Nancy and Bill - I know, I know, it's a board "walk"; not a board "pedal")!! We then pushed the bikes to the hard sand and hopped back on. The four of us were determined to pedal to the jetty. I got a little distracted looking for seashells for our new "aquarium" but eventually caught up with the gang. What amazing views! We didn't have the camera with us that day but took in the sights of the propoises in the water as well as the sea turtle!
Sunday we left the campground fairly early to go visit my sister Cathy and BIL Bruce. They live about an hour away and we always have a great time when we get together with them. After a quick lunch, we headed out to hike part of the Palmetto Trail. The Palmetto Trail is a series of passages linked together to form a trail extending from the mountains (Oconee passage) to the sea (Awendaw passage). The entire trail is about 425 miles long! It was an easy hike and, even though the weather was not sunshiney, it was a good day to enjoy the outdoors.
|Hanging out underneath one of the bridges!|
|Monkey see; monkey do!|
|Riley -it took a bit to get him to keep still for the picture!|
|Riley loves to play frisbee|
|Cathy in the greenhouse! They grow peppers and lettuce year-round.|
|Look at the size of that pepper.|