It also has Alligators. We love the alligators. They are a novelty to us - don't see them in Tidewater Virginia very often. We respect them, we keep our distance, and the kids really get a kick out of seeing them.
|Practically the back yard, we can see this big guy from the condo's porch|
|Gator is in there, look closely|
|yes, that is a football|
|love watching the black birds dry their wings|
We spent our time at the beach, at the pool, and biking. There was one golf outing but the kids can golf at home so it isn't a big deal.
I have never really understood the lure of the pool when you have an ocean available. But my kids love it. Especially when they are little. So we'd head out to the beach in the morning, come back mid afternoon when it was too hot, and hit the pool.
And we ride our bikes. A lot. We really don't ride bicycles as a family very much the rest of the year but we pack in a lot of bike hours during our beach week. I think all the kids have learned to ride their bikes in Hilton Head!
|riding home for supper|
On the days it rained we played poker (for candy) and Yahtzee. And read books. I picked up
I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes. I hadn't heard anything about it and was standing in the CVS looking at a bunch of Romances (ugh) and found it. I grew up on Clancy (yes, I skipped all the technical references) and am a fan of Vince Flynn and I enjoy a good spy novel. So I thought I'd give it a try. So glad I did.
We are now all home in one piece and I'm supposed to be filing paper work and tidying up loose ends before school starts. Bah Humbug.
linking up with Smiling Sally for Blue Monday