Another beach pass time is fishing. It appears to be very peaceful with occasional excitement. A little searching finds that there are several fishing charter options as well.
Yesterday we saw this windy buggy on the beach. While Googling the subject I found several names; Landsailer, Kite Buggy, Blowcard, Trike Buggy, Land Yacht Tricycle, Landsegler, Strandsegler, and Zooter.
Interestingly the person sailing has long sleeves, cloves, mask, goggles, and helmet. I assume because of blowing sand.
Following is a link to Google images for Sail Buggies. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption A windy buggy on the Seabrook Island in South Carolina.
During a stroll on the beach we enjoyed watching this young boy skimboarding on his boogie board. The skill and balance where impressive. I tried smimboarding many years ago and never mastered the balance needed.
Following is a link to a youtube video titled Skimboarding for the First Time. How Hard Can It Be? Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption Boogie boarding on Seabrook Island in South Carolina.
This is a follow-up to yesterday’s photo showing birds coming to roost. Today’s photo is the human equivalent. Humans enjoying the sunset.
Notice the high tide. I mention this because during low tide there is a wide beach.
Following is an article from the Farmers Almanac showing the tide chart for Seabrook Island. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption Watching the sunset on Seabrook Island in South Carolina.
I mentioned before that Seabrook Island is home to a lot of birds. That fact is highlighted nightly when the birds come to roost. When I took this photo there were several hundred birds roosting in the trees near the Lake House. It was a moving site and one I plan to photograph again.
I assume they roost in groups for safety.
Following is a link to the Seabrook Island Birders organization. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption Birds roosting on Seabrook Island on South Carolina.
Connie and I mainly stroll the beach, enjoying the sites and sounds. However, if you are a child there are adventures on the beach. There are birds to chase, water to splash in, waves to run from, sand for castles, and much much more.
Following is an article with Seven Essential Tips for your Next Family Trip. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption A family enjoying the beach at Seabrook Island in South Carolina.
Today’s photo show homes which have an ocean view and are a short walk to the beach. The board walk provides public access to the beach and an interesting walk through the marsh.
Following is an article about new homes on Seabrook Island. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption Seabrook Island includes homes with ocean views and board walk access to the beach.
Today’s photo shows the Island House which is the golf club on Seabrook Island. There are also three dinning venues in the Island House.
Notice the South Carolina flag which highlights a palmetto tree and a crescent moon.
Golf is big on Seabrook Island. So much so that the PGA Championship will be held on Seabrook Island May 17th through 23rd 2021.
Personally, we enjoy the condos with views of the golf courses.
Following is a link to an article about golf on Seabrook Island. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption Golfing is a pleasant pass-time on Seabrook Island.
Seabrook is full of activities including an equestrian center, a tennis center, fitness center, a community garden, multiple swimming pools, and an outstanding beach. In addition Seabrook is a golfers paradise.
The equestrian center website says they offer beach rides, boarding, and lessons. The website also introduces the horses who include Fred, Leo, Fancy, and many others.