About 10 o'clock we loaded up in Truck and followed the Cousins down to the shops at Pawley's Island. The sole purpose of this trip was so Cousin Sharon could drop by her life-long friend Nancy's shop to wish her a happy birthday.
Nancy owns and operates Lulu's Paw Boutique in The Hammock Shops village.
This is a neat little collection of shops, selling most everything touristy, and some things that aren't so touristy.
While there at Lulu's Jackson bought himself (with the help of Rob's charge card) a new camo halter. Soon, cousins Murphy, Gracie, and Sophie (even though she's back home) had new halters too. Only Jackson's was camo though.
Then it was back to the campground where we got out all our leftovers from past meals, added a few things to them and had a great camp lunch. The menu consisted of Shrimp and Lobster spring roll, fish taco, deli chicken salad, grilled ham and turkey sandwiches, salad, fruit, and the last of the crab dip.
After lunch, Trisha and Cousin Becky when in search of some reading material, while Rob started to break down camp and Cousin Sharon walked and sat with the dogs. Poor Pod looks naked without a r-dome attached.
Supper tonight will be a low-county boil (in keeping with our low-key sort of day) with red new potatoes, corn on the cob, sausage and shrimp. Add a small pan of cornbread, and don't forget, the rest of the Key Lime Pie is for dessert.
And as advertised, supper was indeed a low-country boil. It was so yummy. Along with Rob's first attempt at cornbread baked in Pod's oven (it was great), we had a wonderful final camp supper on our Spring Break 2015 trip.
Tomorrow morning we'll be heading back home to get stuff squared away from our week here, and to get ready to return to school Monday.
Thanks to everyone for following along with us this week. Lucky for us, our next trip is only a little over three weeks away.
Until next time, stay safe out there.....-R,T&J (and the rest of Team R&T)