Literally across the highway from the state park is Brookgreen Gardens. They call it an outdoor museum. It is primarily a sculpture garden. They also have a lowcountry area and a small zoo area.
It was not as warm today…maybe 60. Here are a few photos from Brookgreen…
I saw the following sign a couple of times and I think if you have a problem with people walking across your yard or parking in your space, this might be a way to discourage them…
Later in the afternoon I drove up to “Broadway at the Beach”. It is a shopping, dining and entertainment area. When I was here in 2004 with most of my family, we visited the area. Wow, the area is now 3 or 4 times the size. It has 100 stores (most are not chain stores, they are unique, funky stores) 23 places to eat, 3 hotels, a movie theatre, water park, aquarium, mini-golf and on and on.
On the way back to the campground I stopped at the grocery store to get something for dinner. When travelling I like to check out all the different grocery stores to see the differences. Today it was Kroger.
The pictures just keep getting better.
Haven’t seen tulips bloom for 16 years –Thanks Gal
Tulips are one of my favorite flowers.