We just arrived home from almost a week of camping at Hunting Island State Park near Beaufort, SC and it was wonderful! As a homeschooling mom, I try to make even our beach trips somewhat educational. Throughout the week we visited the State Park’s nature center, the Hunting Island lighthouse, the Santa Elena History Center, Fort Fremont, the Chapel of Ease, the Penn Center, Cypress Wetlands, the Coastal Discovery Museum (on HHI), The Sandbox Children’s Museum (on HHI), and even The Kazoo Factory where we learned about the history of kazoos and made our own! We also fit in tons of beach time.
We stopped by the Chapel of Ease right after exploring Fort Fremont on a rainy afternoon after eating at a seafood restaurant. The clouds parted, and we were able to explore the ruins of the church which was built in 1740 out of tabby.
What I Wore:
Maxi Dress – Ross
Black Cardigan – Cato
I was super uncomfortable on the first half of our trip since the bed in our travel trailer isn’t very soft, but after buying a few additional pillows I slept much better. I did my best to keep up with my family, but sometimes I sat things out. My mother-in-law traveled with us, and so her help was much appreciated. Other than the bed complaint, all is going well and I’m nearing the 26 week mark.
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