Looking towards Bay Street where a lot of the cute shops and restaurants are located.
Swoon! How lovely are these porches for sitting, relaxing, and enjoying the breeze off of the Beaufort River?!
We wanted a little snack/drink before lunchtime so we popped into the Lowcountry Produce Market and Cafe. Located in an old post office building, Lowcountry Produce was such a cute little corner store (reminded me of a much smaller Libbie Market!) with old fashioned soda's, canned soups, salsas, pickles, fresh meats and shrimp along with many other yummy items. I loved the glass bottled Shirley Temple in the case and since Robbie and I love pickled okra, we picked up a jar of that to add to our Bloody Mary's for later!
We walked around the Waterfront Park a little before heading to Q on Bay for some Bloody Mary's before lunch! They have a great waterfront patio that we love and some delicious BBQ to go along with the nice breeze off of the river. It was just what we needed for a relaxing Sunday afternoon!
When we got back from lunch and exploring downtown, I helped Robbie clean off the boat before getting completely sprayed from the hose (he said it was by accident- that darn wind!) so I decided to dry off out on the dock until he was finished and it was time to head back to Charleston. Until next time Beaufort!