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Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina







Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina. We love this state park. I have lost count on how many times we have traveled here. Usually at the end of our trips ...heading back to Virginia. Love the sunset & sunrises there. So so amazing!! This time we rode our bikes on the beach. I have never done that before, can check it off my bucket list, kick stands don't work. The sand gets stuck in your tires and brakes. It can be a mess but so fun!! 

The "I <3 You" was a message from the hubby he did with his toes, I figured I would share with you guys. xoxo!! 


Enjoy this vlog from our day. Thanks for stopping by!!! Beth ( :

Comments

Sharon said…
My kind of place!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, I love all the beaches. Gorgeous sunrise! This state park sounds wonderful, your photos are lovely.

Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
Debbie said…
your photographs remind me of home and the jersey shore. i always write messages in the sand!! that's a pretty sunset!!!
Maggid said…
places I've never been. Look!!! a lighthouse. I'm listening to wind & waves from your vlog . . and remembering my friend, Pacific Ocean . . from long ago. nice . . very nice.
Latane Barton said…
I've never heard of Hunting Island. So, it appears that I have missed something!!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Your beach scenes look very peaceful.
Linda Kay said…
Always love the lighthouses! And thanks for the video.
William Kendall said…
Beautiful shots! Love the look of that lighthouse!
TexWisGirl said…
just beautiful, e.
Missy George said…
Great photos..Remind me of Cape May and Long Beach Island..I miss them both..Love the Lighthouse
Bev said…
Beautiful...can see why you love it!!
Tanya Breese said…
what a beautiful spot beth!
Bethany Carson said…
Looks and sounds like a lot of fun! Loved the last two photos especially.
The beach looks lovely! The sunset colours are very pretty.

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