Monday, June 18

You know there ain't no devil, only God when He's drunk...


I took the grandsons to the beach. On the way back they took pictures from the car window. US 21 going back north out of Beaufort, SC, offers images just as interesting as the postcard scenes of the shore. The almost-11 year old made sociological observations about the demographically excellent location of an unpretentious Chinese restaurant where you can get enormous servings of Chinese dishes as good as most anywhere else, amounts that could easily feed a family of four on just one dish. We had very good dumplings (eight to a serving), General Tso's chicken, and Moo Shu Shrimp. Did we finish it all? No way.



The beach? The lighthouse? Later

3 comments:

bri. said...

hooray! I am a huge fan of photography while driving.

Lucky grandsons, hanging out with very cool you.

jane said...

Yeah, it works suprisingly well! Oh, is that how you take some of your wonderful pictures? I've always wondered whether you stop the car and get out each time....

bri. said...

I am addicted to taking pictures while driving. I set the camera to "fast," roll down my car window, hold up the camera, keep my eyes on the road, and hope for the best. It DOES work surprisingly well!

Sometimes, though, I just roam around on foot.