Just fooling themselves. With Google around , there is no PRIVACY.
You can tell who got there early. They staked out the largest area.
I kind of expected it to be a “nude” beach, but “privacy” with such low barriers is kind of a joke, but if they use them to keep sand from hitting them and/or getting into their food and drinks, as people walk and run by, I get, but not for privacy!
And, Phil, you’re totally right, we have NO privacy from the media, and especially the government, with their satellites.
That’s kind of cool to have privacy at the beach, where you can place all your belonging and then jump into the water. I think a water view is the best setting. I thought about it, it would not be good to jump into the waves, I can’t swim that good.
What a neat idea…
Now I’ve seen our beach crowded (Tybee Island)–but not the people THAT close together!
Love your island!!!!!!
I think it looks junky.
Thank you Lin
only problem is I haven’t even been out there yet this Summer. But I’m going soon
@ Suzanna….Isn’t it awfully hot to go now? I went around January when I visited family in Ga. Love Ga. and stayed almost 3 months with daughter on Army base. Great people there.
@ Lin–yes it is hot here–but we’ve also had a lot of rainy days the last 2 or 3 weeks-so that’s mostly why I haven’t been. Plus where I park down there (I can park for free). But I try to wait til I know they’re not real busy so as not to take up there space. The “Sugar Shack Restaurant”. My boyfriend put the apartments on top of their restaurant a few years back plus he did the work on their patio. But I don’t want to take advantage of them either. Where are you from?
Suzanna I’m from indiana. I took a greyhound bus down which was also fun. people are so nice. I loved the stop in Atlanta which had a nice resturant and wonderfull gift shop. If I’d had more money I’d got lots. lol.
We finally had about 25 min of rain which kept me from swinging this morning so did that tonight. It was nice out side but I came in because there are bats out. Scared of those. Oh my son in law retired so they are here now and I’m so happy bout that.
I meant *their* space
@Lin- kind of dissappointed that you won’t be back in our city–it would be sort of phenominal to actually meet somebody on this site! lol! I took a bus from here to Seattle in ’91-that was a 4 day trip. It was fun going there but rather quiet coming back. That was also at the time they caught Jeffrey Domner in Milwaukee. And we went through Milwaukee.
Oh man no one is more dissapointed than me to not go back and do the house tour and more. I am agoraphobic which made this trip a miracle. But I felt so free down there. I have hated busses all my life and I guess wanting to see my daughter was more important than the fear. I actually cried the closer i came to my town. But two sons and mom and grand children made it better in time. I think I’d be more afraid going again. I have wrote letters, sent cards to online friends but have not actually met them. People are great all over given a chance.
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