Push golf carts have become very popular on Seabrook Island. A little research found that the club is encouraging golfers to walk the course in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID. You also see many single rider golf carts however the club is encouraging walking instead.
This is my second landmark as I drive to my daughter’s townhouse. The home shown is one of the Tarpon Pond Cottages. The cottage overlooks a golf course, has space to park two cars, and is elevated to project against damage during a hurricane.
Today’s photo shows a home I use as a landmark. When driving on Seabrook Drive I take the first left after passing this beautiful home. Sometimes landmarks are better than GPS.
I take the left to reach our daughters townhouse were we are spending some of our time during the pandemic. As mentioned, in the about page for this blog, where we live has become complicated during the pandemic. We are attempting to sell a condo in Charlotte, we spend most of our time in Lexington South Carolina with our daughter and grandson, also we are spending a week each month on Seabrook Island.
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.
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.
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.