Isn’t Winter over yet?
We think that we should be done with Winter for one Winter, however, it doesn’t seem like Winter is quite done with us. Where can you go to escape the snow, rain, cold, mud and mess that is headed our way?
We have discussed this before, but now things are about to get desperate. Rain is forecast for the next while, followed by sun, which should be good news, but will bring the snow thaw and all that that means. Mud, ice, mud, flooding in the low areas, and of course, mud.
If you really need to get out of town until the weather calms itself, here are two suggestions.
Ever visited South Carolina?
Well, we never have, but after doing this research, we just may need to!
South Carolina boasts over 380 golf courses, so if golf is your game, this might look like heaven. The courses range in difficulty and varied terrain, and some are even State Parks.
If your’e not a golfer, maybe you should be, but there are plenty of other ways to enjoy your time away from snow shoveling. For instance, there are beaches. Seabrook Island is an excellent choice of a lovely beachy place to visit. Of course, they have sand and the ocean, as well as golf, but if you are looking for more ways to enjoy being outdoors, there is horseback riding, tennis, and nature walks. Or head to Charleston, only twenty miles away for all of it’s historic charm and exciting dining and shopping opportunities. Seabrook Island is a steal! At two-bedroom weekly rental will only cost $995 on average. Hardly pays to stay home!
If you are looking for something even more family-friendly, check out Edisto Island, also in South Carolina. The average weekly rental cost for a two-bedroom vacation home here is only $784. Edisto Island is quiet, but, if you need something to do, you can charter a fishing trip or go dolphin watching.
In conclusion, either of these destinations will be snow-free and warm, and a welcome break from our current weather.