Hilton Head Day Two

We spent yesterday lounging around the condo before going kyaking in Broad Creek. On the way to the kyak place ate lunch at a very nice southwestern restaurant (not surprisingly called Santa Fe). I’ve not had good fish tacos since I was last in San Diego. These were exceptional. They were made with blackened grouper rather than a fried fish and topped with a southwestern slaw. Quite tasty.

Last night we had bbq night one at a restaurant named Sticky Fingers. I think it is a chain in South Carolina. Sarah’s siter Mary and I split a sampler platter that included Memphis style wet, Memphis dry, spicy, and sweet ribs. We both agreed that the hot were the best of the bunch. The rub on the dry was not as flavorful as I would like. I was also disappointed in the beans — at a bbq joint I expect there to be some smoked meat in the beans, unfortanately not at Sticky Fingers.

Today we’re driving to Savannah for some history and Wall’s BBQ.