Hotel Riu Palace Las Americas

The week before we left for Mexico was a beast.  As if a cancer scare wasn’t enough, Jeremy had to work an 89 hour week (yes, as in one week) to get ready for SXSW.  (His team’s app Stre.am is doing great by the way, if you haven’t downloaded it yet you really should!)  Anyhow, […]

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Hotel Riu Palace Las Americas

Georgetown Rice Museum

On our way home from our little jaunt in Murrells Inlet I wanted to swing into the Historic Georgetown Waterfront.  I was secretly hoping to find a shop or two open that we could meander around.  It was Sunday, the place was dead, I mean d.e.a.d. except for one little store that I thought was an […]

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Brown's Ferry Vessel

Brookgreen Gardens

While we were in Murrells Inlet we had the pleasure of walking through Brookgreen Gardens.  I gave you a brief history about the Huntington’s in my post about Huntington Beach State Park. Brookgreen Gardens is located on a 9,000 acre property which used to span four rice plantations. The Huntington’s opened Brookgreen Gardens in 1932 to […]

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Dionysus Brookgreen Gardens

This Blog Doesn’t Matter

Sorry for the hiatus.  The past few weeks have been a complete whirlwind.  So much has happened.  I have gone back and forth on whether to share with you, and I’ve come to the conclusion that I should.  The difficult things, the things that we  want to bottle up inside of us and forget they […]

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Jer and Me in Cancun