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... The Americans love Charleston and it is, apparently, the #1 tourist town for them. Weddings proliferate throughout the summer season...the churches are old, the backdrop perfect for the wedding pictures. I can see it.
But what makes Charleston really special is the identity the slave trade left upon it...by the early 19th century, 75% of all Africans brought over on ships via Barbados came through the port of ...
... we have decided to head a few miles further south to Beaufort, SC (pronounced Bue-fort, as opposed to Beaufort, North Carolina which is pronounced Bo-fort) to enjoy the sunshine and mild coastal temps. The little taste of cold weather here has helped us reconsider our travel options. More later but suffice it to say we will spend next two weeks R&R with emphasis on R rather than sightseeing before deciding what next to ...
Rising before the sun, the weary solders of Alpha Kappa gathered their gear and saddled their ponies for the day ahead. The Atlanta Campaign was nearing its end, but one final battle was required before, in good conscience, Alpha Kappa could officially initiate their long anticipated March to the Sea. Pulling into Atlanta's historic Grant Park, Alpha Kappa was forced to muster their strength and face the famed "Cyclorama" head on.
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... the marsh. I saw lots of little crabs scuttling into their holes, but that was about it. The other main stop in the park is the Nature Center. Most of the walking trails are accessed in this area and there is also a fishing pier. I took the Nature Center Scenic Trail which is .7 miles one way. This trail is nice because you walk through the forest, across the lagoon and end up ...
I thought it might be interesting to document our living conditions on this trip. We have been living in a 33' RV with two slideouts while we have been traveling. It has been interesting to say the least. In the living room picture you can see Rich's head over the seat back. That is where he sits with his computer. We brought the TV trays to eat on because the dinette is taken up with my computer and storage.