Vacation pictures

Here are some highlights of our week away…

We stayed in a home that belongs to a coworker of David’s. It is in a community largely inhabited by older people, so there was no secret about where we were. Everyone else was verrrrrry quiet. The house was about 400 square feet, so we learned a lot about traffic patterns and family togetherness. I kid, but it was a good reminder of how little we really “need.” Life is really simple and you have a lot more time when there’s not so much stuff around.

Jonathan riding the Harley outside of the Hard Rock Cafe

The aquarium

It’s hard to tell, but these are beautiful statues of rays

The next day, we went inside the aquarium
Although it was cloudy, we went to the beach early in the week

I don’t know what you all are talking about. Our children look nothing alike.

Someone fell in the ocean. Brrr.
Then it warmed up and we went to Brookgreen Gardens again.


After that we hit the beach at Pawley’s Island and got some sand between our toes.


On our last day, we did the traditional mini-golfing.

All in all, a great week with just the right mix of rest and activity!

3 thoughts on “Vacation pictures

  1. I can’t believe you managed to get a beach shot of your kids with everyone looking at the camera, very impressed. i only have 3 and find it impossible :)they are beautiful children, looks like a fun family time.

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