71 Days

What I did during my summer vacation…

Day 1 bike ride–snowy egrets and I think a wood stork


My first bike ride of the summer.  Hope to have a good bit less of me (losing the jiggly parts I hope) when school returns.  I saw the usual fantastic snowy egrets and maybe a wood stork and snapped this pic. More of the same when you live somewhere so beautiful. Right when I think this town cannot surprise me, I see a red and white North Charleston cab….I get curiouser and curiouser. It stops in front of one of the older homes on Pinckney Street, and out comes a man wearing shorts, sandals with a camera bag around his neck (can’t make this stuff up), and carrying a tasteful plastic keg of drinking water? I hope.  It just seemed very cruise-shippy and less McClellanville-y than anything I’d ever seen before…I didn’t stick around to find out more about our visitor, but I really wanted to ask the cab driver how much it costs to take a cab from the airport to McClellanville.


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