Tuesday, July 26, 2011

scallops, anyone?



photos (click on any pic to enlarge/copy):
  • main street (greenville, sc)
  • lake keowee (clemson, sc)
  • color-full uga (athens, ga)
  • sanford stadium (athens, ga)
  • nona (athens, ga)
  • steinhatchee, fl:
    • pace's 
    • pace's #18
    • steinhatchee river
    • sea hag marina
    • abby and kelly
    • pete and willy
    • one-man helicopter
    • boating, fishing, running from storms
    • star, fish
    • green manatee grass (where scallops hide), depth 6 ft.
    • scallop cleaning
    • casey's cove
    • scallops (029 43 143; 083 35 964)
    • gulf of mexico (top)
greenville: a great place to live?

    lake keowee is just north of clemson university



    "uga" the mascot of u.ga.



    nona is one of a collection of bars/restaurants, across the street from the university.


    pace's cottages (we had the green one)





    launching the boat





    kelly, willy, abby & pete







     









                    stormy weather

    4 comments:

    1. Great pics Lenny! I love the Casey's Cove sign and the Scallops look yummy! Looks like you all had a nice, relaxing time. Thanks for sharing!

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    2. Awesome Pics Bro....

      Yummmmm I'll bring the bacon for the scallops, and the beverages of pale persuasions. Why aren't we living here?
      Hope you're having a blast..
      See ya soon

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    3. Hi, Eileen!

      Yes, "Casey's" themes seem to pop up everywhere, and (of course) the first toast of the night is ALWAYS to Jim Casey.

      Pete and I also stayed at Matt and Tania's on the way, and they (as usual) were excellent hosts.

      Love, Len

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    4. Dustin-man!

      You wouldn't want to live in Steinhatchee, but it's a nice place to scallop.

      I'm researching "Martineau Hill, which overlooks Martineau Beach on Martineau Bay (Vieques, PR).

      :)

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