I have a hard time getting back into my regular life after a vacation, even a short weekend one. Everything feels kind of topsy turvy. So I’ve been crabby the last couple of days since my return from Folly Beach. I have a feeling this guy would understand.
This sign is at the James Island Charleston Crab House. And yes, it’s upside down. According to the restaurant’s website, it’s due to the restaurant’s appearance on a show called “Flip This House” in 2006. The crab theme doesn’t stop here, of course.
This is painted on the front side of the building, near the entrance. I’ve never seen a crab with teeth. I can’t decide if his are vampire-inspired or if they’re supposed to be buck teeth, like this guy from a previous post.
Over the entrance…
And at the entrance…
The door mat is where I first realized that Crabby McCrabbersons has SHOES on his bottom claws. The ocean floor can get rough on a crab’s delicate shell, you know.
The restaurant’s plants look a bit overgrown, but rest assured that it’s still in business and waiting to reward those who are able to find it–it’s tucked back off two of the main roads, behind some offices and townhomes. Trying to get there may make you a little crabby, but the sight of this toothy crustacean should cheer you up.
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