I've been working like a dog lately.
And since we are on that subject...our dog never works! He just lays around all day. In fact, I haven't known any dogs to work. Can someone please explain that saying?
But I digress.
We have been pretty slammed at LS3P. I have been designing our house addition, which is now under construction. And I also have this blog thingy.
Relaxation is something I haven't had much of lately.
So after working almost an entire day yesterday (Saturday), I told D that we needed to do something today.
I hate to admit this, but in our entire 7 years in Charleston, we had yet to visit Edisto Island. Edisto is known for its under developed beach and the Botany Bay wildlife preserve. It is only a 60 minute drive from Charleston.
We spent the majority of our time at Botany Bay. This place is a real gem and a photographer's paradise.
Since it is getting late and I am exhausted, this is going to be what I call a lazy blog. Heavy on pictures, light on text.
Bleak Hall Plantation
This little building was used as an icehouse for the 1800's plantation. This is back when ice was cut out of lakes up in New England and shipped down south.
This little structure is known as the gardener shed.
The Ruins of Sea Cloud Plantation
We saw these sad sunflowers. Danielle called them the Too Much Sunflowers.
Off to the beach!
The beach at Botany Bay is not your typical beach. It is a natural beach that is constantly eroding. It is full of shells and has these awesome tree skeletons. It is referred to as the boneyard.
It was a good day.
Steve Ramos AIA, LEED AP