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|09-01-2014 10:13 PM|
|brembo||Myrtle Beach is sorta redneck, party oriented. Sunset, Pawleys, Georgetown are more laid back restful places. Pawleys in particular is super lazy, great to unwind and slip into a semi-coma.|
|09-01-2014 08:35 PM|
|DHau||I have wanted to go here as well because of the history. There are so many places I want to go. Now that the kids are grown up, I can plan on a lot more traveling. I would love to see any pictures you care to share.|
|09-01-2014 06:32 PM|
Originally Posted by Momto2GSDs View Post
|09-01-2014 06:16 PM|
Originally Posted by ugavet2012 View Post
|09-01-2014 01:34 AM|
|arycrest||Have you thought about Jekyll Island (or St. Simons Island, there may be others) ... it's in your neck of the woods. I've been to Jekyll Island a few times, haven't been there in a while but it was dog friendly last time I was up that way.|
|08-31-2014 09:22 PM|
|DHau||Maybe one day I will make it down there. It would be over 6 hours to drive. Longer with a trailer.|
|08-31-2014 09:05 PM|
|arycrest||Yeah ... there are ton of seashell down there. Maybe I've been lucky ... no cut pads ... but my guys are walked on lead ... have seen people letting their dogs run and play ball or frisbee, run at large and haven't heard of cut pads but who knows??? Anyway, I love it down there.|
|08-31-2014 05:14 PM|
|DHau||I have always wanted to go to Sanibel Island, but wonder if with all the shells on the beach, they would cut doggy paws.|
|08-31-2014 04:46 PM|
Originally Posted by DHau View Post
Mitchell's SandCastles Sanibel Island Vacation Destination
I "think" this is the cottage we stayed in: http://www.mitchellssandcastles.com/vrnumber3.cfm
|08-31-2014 10:24 AM|
Well, we live in middle GA and SC is a 4-5 hour drive as it is. I would love to go to some place closer, but I have found that the majority of beaches here in GA and FL do not allow dogs. I have learned the state parks in SC are more flexible. when it comes to pets.
Tosca is crate trained at home, but we have never put her in one while camping. There was never a need because we took her everywhere and we usually stayed at the campsite.
Another reason for considering a rental is that we have parrots and may take them with us. They, too, make noise whenever strangers pass their territory. am afraid of being evicted either from having a barking dog or loud birds. The possibility of A/C going out in the trailer is another concern even though our trailer is practically new, but you never know.
Comparing prices of a vacation rental versus our travel trailer is a no brainer. lol. I also got to thinking that pet friendly houses may have fleas from previous guests.
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