Our friends, Kip and Brian, took the kids and me to the Barber Marina today, a favorite destination of theirs. The road to the marina offered a quiet drive through stretches of Southern Longleaf Pine. We were told to keep our eyes peeled, because there are unexpected sculptures nestled among the trees. Our first stop was the fiberglass Stonehenge replica, known as Bamahenge, which is built to scale and aligned with the summer solstice.
We saw various dinosaurs and even an alligator:
The Lady in the Lake lounges serenely in the water among the boats at the marina, as if it is perfectly normal to be doing so.
We also saw a fountain and knights in the woods before grabbing a bite to eat while watching dolphins swim. Our visit through the marina was entertaining and unlike anything I’d seen before.
Such an awesome and entertaining place to go! Looks like fun!
It was definitely fun and I’m glad we were able to see it
I think I needed to stow away in your RV before you left Denver! You are providing your kids with an amazing education…super proud of you and Dan for doing the hard work to make this dream a reality!!!! Miss you all.
we would have welcomed you as a stowaway.