a petrified alligator!
Doesn't this piece of driftwood look like a
dead alligator on it's back?!
Life is a highway.... I am living a dream as I travel and explore our world. What will I find around the next corner?
I enjoy writing silly poems. Here is a poetic recap of some of the highlights of our trip following the Lewis & Clark Trail from St Loui...
I totally understand why you'd rather not romp without your dearest friend. Lovely photos!ReplyDelete
Sorry the dogs couldn't join you....they would have loved it. How long are you going to be down there?ReplyDelete
First photo is so great! I would have looked twice at that driftwood. Not as much fun if you can't take your "kids" with you on the beach, altho it sounds like Tucker had a little fun of his own *^*ReplyDelete
Pretty beach; love the shells! It does look like an alligator, and the piece sticking up looks exactly like a railroad spike (which is weird ;o)ReplyDelete
What a wonderful trip!ReplyDelete
Come to Hunting Island State Park (east of Beaufort) where dogs are welcome --- as long as they are on a leash. Of course, the campsites across the dunes from the beach is reserved for tents only as RVs & trailers need more space than the sites provide. The non-tent campers are assigned spots a row or more away from the ocean. The Oceanside campground has about 100 sites and is open year-round and the rear campground has about 100 sites but is closed during the winter.ReplyDelete
Love the dead alligator!ReplyDelete
Yes that driftwood looked like an alligator! No fun for the dogs at that campground. Tucker escaped..he probably just needed a good run:)ReplyDelete