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... Dell during the classroom time.
I will begin searching for my fancy art deco fountain pen, a gift from my mother, which will be appropriate to my writing theme. Likely I'll also take along my favorite Bic for extra ink, should the need arise.
I shall begin packing this day or the next and I'll post further along the way, in the meantime I will say "beannacht" and will post further along the way.
... time, my feet were tired and it seemed like a good time for some ice cream. Another trolley ride brought me to the waterfront park area, a gelato shop and a delicious rest on a bench by the harbor. And, that was the end of my day! I was glad to avoid any heavy downpours as it would have been a miserable day. I very much appreciate the free trolleys as they are great for resting tired feet. And I very much enjoy the history and charm of Charleston!
... of the year there is nothing much in bloom. Spanish Moss (grandfather's beard) hangs from the live oaks and creates a wonderful atmosphere. Also visited their Audubon Swamp Garden, which has Tupelo Trees and cypress growing in the water. There were lots of birds - heron, ibis, ducks, eagles, woodpeckers, redwinged blackbirds, and I was very excited to see a lot of cardinals, which are one of my favourite ...
... street. A few of the windows were made of cardboard (one of which Kaitlyn witnessed a kitten claw its way over and out of), the parking lot was missing chunks of cement and there was a creepy old woman sitting in her chair staring at us every moment we were outside. If the exterior of the unit needed a little help, the inside needed a complete makeover. The kitchen floor was covered in rugs because the floor was ripped up and never replaced, ...
KENTUCKY TO ASHEVILLE (North Carolina) and on to CHARLESTON.(South Carolina.)
Another farewell after a very full 5 days with Ken & Barb in Lexington, and we (David & Erin & Garry & I) were on our way South, leaving Kentucky ; travelling through the State of Tennessee, into North Carolina.
Our 5 hour journey finished in Asheville and home of the Biltmore Estate.
A famous French Renaissance Chateau style home - the brain ...
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