Cheryl and Jennifer

Cheryl and Jennifer

North Carolina, USA / Mother and Daughter. Wanton Collectors of Way Too Many Things. Feel Free to Repin Anything We Have - This, That or the Other.
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North Carolina: Corolla - You don’t need to pack much more than a swimsuit, T-Shirt and flip flops for a trip to this carefree beach town in the Outer Banks. You might even spot a wild horse as you stroll along the shoreline.

North Carolina: Corolla - You don’t need to pack much more than a swimsuit, T-Shirt and flip flops for a trip to this carefree beach town in the Outer Banks. You might even spot a wild horse as you stroll along the shoreline.

Georgia: Tybee Island - Set 18 miles East of Savannah, this barrier island is a popular southern vacation destination. Here, you’ll find quaint bed and breakfasts, an historic light house, three-miles of sandy beaches and a long stretch of pier popular among fishermen and and musicians.

Georgia: Tybee Island - Set 18 miles East of Savannah, this barrier island is a popular southern vacation destination. Here, you’ll find quaint bed and breakfasts, an historic light house, three-miles of sandy beaches and a long stretch of pier popular among fishermen and and musicians.

Alabama: The Gulf Shores - Sandy dunes, white beaches, clear water and world-class golf courses are just a few of the attractions that lure vacationers to Alabama’s gulf coast, just south of Mobile.

Alabama: The Gulf Shores - Sandy dunes, white beaches, clear water and world-class golf courses are just a few of the attractions that lure vacationers to Alabama’s gulf coast, just south of Mobile.