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... we learnt so muchabout slavery and what it was lie to bea sleve on Boone Hall. Her passionate performance literally brought tears to my eyes. She spoke about the removal of children, howthey were called by a bell toatrough to be fed and had to leave at the sound of a second bel to allowthenext row ofslaves to eatas fastastheycould bfore the bell chimed for them to leave room for next lot of slaves etc, how they made upsongs incomprehensible to the white masters ...
... We took a horse-drawn carriage tour through the city and then shopped the City Market. Established in the 1790s, the City Market is four blocks of open air buildings filled with all kinds of vendors: Lowcountry food, art, sweetgrass baskets, jewelry, and souvenirs. We had dinner at Poogan's Porch, another fabulous Charleston restaurant where I had Carolina shrimp and Donald had the rib eye (both excellent!). The days are hot and humid, ...
... of the finals...unfortunately he just couldn't stick the landing. Surfer dudette, Hannah, was not without her surfing drama. During Wednesday's surfing practice she and youth pastor, Scott, both went for the same wave during their manuvers. As any surfer will tell you, it's all about positioning when you are trying to catch a wave. But neither surfer won the round as ...
... and what it means when the privacy door is closed (the
ladies have their hoop skirts hiked 4 inches above the ground and that
would cause the men to pass out or something like that). A carriage
ride is a nice way to see the city and a good way to cool off for a bit.
By this time, we were ready to get out of the city and headed for Folly
Beach. There was a bit of traffic getting there, but the ...
... float tube so Maya could enjoy the pool.
Most of our time was spent just hanging out with Jessica and Sierra, but Scott, Maya, and I did spend one afternoon with Ray and Olivia visiting Fort Sumter. We also had Ray take some family photos of us (this is a rare thing for us to be able to do, since Jessica & Sierra are living so far away).
It was a fun trip, and ...