We are off again for a little adventure this month. Our first stop was to Little River South Carolina to stop and see our dear friends, Jeff and Sandy Bacon. They have kindly agreed to watch Miss Millie while we are out on this little adventure. Millie loves them and I do believe the feeling is mutual. The Bacon's live on their boat full time.
She has claimed her place on the couch
Mike and I spent the night at a nearby hotel. I woke up early this morning, like usual and the fog was pretty thick. We had to wait a while for it to burn off, but I was able to get a couple of good shots this morning of said fog.
Once the fog cleared we were on our way. First through Myrtle Beach as we were headed down 17 South. Must admit we ran across some interesting things on buildings and billboards.
Mike's comment about this one was "boy I bet it was hard on the builders to do this one. On our way down Route 17 we stopped in Murrells Inlet. We walked the pier and I got some great shots of the surrounding area and even a couple of some birds. And yes birds are not really my "thing" when it comes to photography, but it just seemed as they were posing.
We were going to stop in Charleston and actually drove through part of downtown, but since we had been there several years ago and it seemed that so much construction was happening we decided to skip it. We did though stop at the Mount Pleasant Pier at the base of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge on our way to Charleston.
After a good drive, which Mike did all of it today we safely arrived in Savanah, GA. We will rest up here and head out tomorrow for Kings Bay Submarine Base, where we will be staying for a couple of days. (Military housing is awesome).