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... remaining birth place of a South Carolina signer of the Declaration of Independence.
A beautiful double level home with double balconies facing the Santee River, and a long driveway lined with live oaks and ancient hanging moss.
Our next plantation was the Hampton Plantation built between 1730 and 1750. This gorgeous Georgian-style mansion was our favourite. The house is exactly what you picture a plantation house to look like. A huge porch surrounded ...
... with delicious salads, probably delicious sandwiches and delicious sides like fried green tomatoes! You can also purchase a variety of jams, preserves, wines and produce.
Next stop, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site. The site is small and there is no entrance fee. Charles Pinckney was one of the signers of the Constitution and this site has a replica of what his home may have looked like. There is a short walking path around the property and ...
... long, and trading since 1841. Mainly craft stalls, and the local speciality is the weaving of sweetgrass baskets. The early slaves brought this tradition from Africa. Stopped there for coffee and a spot of people watching.
Visited The Old Slave Mart, which was very sobering. Public slave auctions were banned in 1856 as they were thought bad for the town's image, so they were conducted undercover until 1865 when the Union forces ...
... taxidermy on the wood paneled walls including a giant moose dead center. Unfortunately I found out after the fact that they are known for their Duck Club sandwich and were even featured on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives for it. Since I was uninformed I ordered the Lucky #1 Sub, bbq braised pork belly, seared on the grill, topped with house made kimchi, tomatoes, cucumbers, crispy onions, cilantro, wasabi mayo, & sweet red chili sauce on a ...
... with their visit.
Next morning crossing back into South Carolina we enjoyed a picnic lunch from our ‘chilly bin’ in a lovely large church grounds under their trees , finally arriving in Charleston to an extremely HOT afternoon with very high humidity. Within an hour it started to rain, and we have had the heaviest thunder and lightning storm - looks like NO dinner for us tonight :”were not going out in this”.
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