Monday, March 18, 2013 (Day 42)–Brookgreen Gardens

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…

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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…

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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.

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