our trip to charleston (kiawah island to be specific) went mostly like this...
beach. family. shrimp. grits. shrimp and grits. bike rides. spanish moss. okra. fried green tomatoes. so. many. peaches. fruit flies. watermelon. humidity. crab cakes. sunscreen. mosquitoes. nieces and nephews.
ed got stung by a jellyfish, not once, but THRICE. perhaps you heard his profanities from new york city? i wore this on the beach every day and if you make specific hand motions from a distance the resemblance to a NFL referee is uncanny.
charleston laid on the charm nearly as thick as the humidity. may i suggest you read the rest of this post with a drawl for the full effect.
so many baust(s) in one place!
what do i eat for breakfast while away on vacation? the same thing i eat when not on vacation.
a family get together calls for an assembly line of french-toast toasting.
honestly, i could give or take the beach. bike rides under the spanish moss were my favorite.
dinner at high cotton with live jazz and southern pecan pie.
the whole gang stayed in a beach house on kiawah island, just a bike ride from the ocean. kiawah is known for their golf course and i can certainly vouch for it's gorgeousness. though i know nothing about it specifically except that we veered off the bike path and onto the course at some point.
a photo of us! how about that.
ps: a few good places to eat in charleston. some of which i tried for myself and some of which you so kindly recommended on instagram.