Looking at my map I saw that I was close to Woods Bay State Park. That would give me a chance to get another stamp in my book. I headed that way. There were a few people when I arrived. I wasn’t prepared for a hike, but I did walk out on the boardwalk for a bit.
I was on a roll with state parks. My next stop was Lynches State Park – got the stamp, but no photos. It was lunch time and the closest town was Bishopville. Did I really want to risk another encounter with the Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp? Hunger prevailed, so I headed that way.
There were fast food places out near I-20, but those didn’t really interest me. It seemed that all of the places in downtown Bishopville were closed this Monday. South of town I found Harry’s and Harry’s Too. There were lots of cars, so I pulled in.
I had a delicious sandwich, but, more importantly, I got to know Lizard Man a bit better. The waitress was even kind enough to show me the original castings of Lizard Man prints that were discovered back in the day.
I left the Lizard Man and Harry’s for my final stop. My last stop was Goodale State Park for a third stamp in my book.
I may not have been able to visit the Bethune birthplace, but it was still a great day out and about.