There is a beautiful old light-house out in the water.
The kids also had fun collecting shells. James found a sand-dollar and Ben found a big conch shell.
After lunch, we headed to down-town Charleston. I always thought that "the slave market" was the place that slaves were sold long ago, but it turns out that it is only the spot that slaves sold items.
We crammed in as much sight-seeing as we could until naps were no longer ignorable.
The kids with new friend, Vickie.
This morning we hit the area by the river that used to be a Navy base. There was a play-ground that provided a nice spot for a picnic. It's amazing that kids can spend an hour spinning themselves around; I would throw up in about two minutes!
We had a great afternoon back at the beach. The weather was warmer so we all were able to swim longer. Those pictures (and the wedding) shortly.