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The next morning we woke up with a frost covered van. It was nice and toasty under the covers but getting out of bed was a whole other challenge. Fortunately our bladders forced us to get moving but let me tell you those cold toilet seats are not the most pleasant. All our breathing had condensed and then frozen on the windows so it made for a melty morning where we had to wipe down all our windows before everything got wet. ...
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... is the only working tea plantation in the United States. We were taken on a Trolley tour around the 127 acre farm with a stop at the greenhouse. I think we all learned a lot about growing tea plants and harvesting the leaves. We then had a tour of the factory. We didn't see any tea being produced as they don't start harvesting the tea leaves for a few more weeks. We did learn about the differences in ...
Thick mist and light rain this morning, so no early walk. We went to sleep last night to the sound of a distant fog horn, and I was awoken by an early text from Paddy in Ireland, saying they were on a bus to visit Galway Bay and Blarney Castle. I hope they both kiss the Blarney Stone and receive the gift of eloquence.
Visiting a plantation is a must do in the Deep South, and I overcame my moral horror at ...
... the most part, has the least painful past of the ones we visited. It is a story of love, faithfulness and loyalties. Even today, descendants of the original slaves, lovingly work the grounds and are proud of their work and loyalties to the descendants of the original owners.
Hopefully, the pictures here can convey such ...