S: HOLSCLAW SUMMER VACATION 2011
BC: Vacation | Holsclaw | 2011
FC: Holsclaw | Vacation | 2011
1: Folly Beach, SC June 11 - 18, 2011
2: Summer is finally here!
3: The view from the shore while the tide went out.
5: The Tree House at 318 E. Huron: Owned By Dave the Hippie, who has no trouble with cockroaches, visual cliffs, cooking without counter space, riding rusty bikes, or drinking on ladders. More pirate ship than tree house.
6: Dinner at the Crab Shack | Dinner at Bowen Island Restaurant
7: Handsome Man! | Dinner at Brick Oven Kitchen | Lunch at Cosmic Jack's Hotdog Shop | Dinner at La Hacienda
8: Dinner at Brick Oven Kitchen
9: Love | Di | Dinner at Bowen Island Restaurant | Dinner at the CraB Shack | Lunch at Cosmic Jack's Hotdog Shop | Dinner at La Hacienda
10: Bowen Island Restaurant
11: graffiti and Fried Oysters? YES PLEASE!
12: food | Regular Fry, Slaw Cheese Chili Dog, & Chocolate Malt!
13: YUM! | Best Drink Menu Ever: The Drop-In Bar with Sushi by Lisa | Folly Beach version of Rio's El Pollo Loco at La Hacienda. | Oyster Shells at the Crab Shack.
15: Places | St. Philip's Graveyard | Follywood | The Lighthouse
16: June 15th | June 12th | Looking for shark teeth!
17: The Beach | June 13th | June 14th
18: St. Philip's Graveyard | The oldest Anglican church south of Virginia, established in 1680. It was closed the day we went to Charleston! Bummer!
19: Holmeses everywhere! | Sad Stones without Graves.
20: Powder Magazine | The oldest City Building in SC (1713). Pirate jokes abound with the tour Guide. | Golf Ball Sized Bullet!
21: Ceilings were built with arches and packed with sand to minimize any explosions and extinguish fires. | Loaded into a cannon and shot to rip through rigging.
22: Huguenot Church | Built by Rev. Elie Prioleau in 1681, this church is French Calvinist. It Was also the first Gothic Revival Building in Charleston.
23: The Ten Commandments | The Chandelier
24: Another photo from the Brick Oven Kitchen. Despite mediocre food, the pictures turned out lovely!
25: This was the last place we went in Charleston. It was $10 just to walk inside. We left immediately after discovering it looked remarkably similar to the Holsclaws' river house. | Heyward-Washington House