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... spoke about the rigibs if slave trade. Moved and got to sit again, this time uner a massive oak with Spanish moss anging from every branch. Very pretty indeed. This time Jim sooke about the treatment of the saves on the Middleton plantation and yes life was not eay but not that bad either. Andreas dubbed his type of explaining away the treayment ofslaves with hscoinedtem 'excusism' which was spot on. Walked on again and went down to the river where we learnt ...
... to do? The Griswald adventure continues. We got our car from Enterprise and all went well until we got to the car - no keys. There was also another traveler who didn't have keys so we all had to wait for the outside attendant to go inside to grab the keys from the front desk. Okay, that's done. I'm craving fish tacos so I ask the outside attendant where I can get some really good fish tacos and he says the Taco Place which actually turned out to be the Taco ...
......And, it's a brand new day in good ole Charleston! After breakfast, we headed down to White Point Gardens, which is a park on the Charleston Harbor. Boy, was it hot and humid!!! But we were in the Historic section and the houses were just beautiful there. The park had lots of Live Oak trees, which are beautiful, majestic trees that just scream "Old South." It wasn't too long, however, before we were back in the car to beat the ...
... couple from Roanoake with whom we keep in touch ,
( Glenna & Gerry- we had stayed in their Myrtle Beach property last year), mentioned that we were going to be in Asheville, and they agreed to travel , and meet up with us…. David & Erin were keen to meet them too , and we all shared an enjoyable evening dining out in Asheville, prior to our day planned for the Biltmore Estate visit.
Setting out after an early morning start, we ...
... Lola's first ever margarita. I think the expression on Lola's face speaks for all stomachs around. That is not a good combination. Hope they remembered to buy air freshener.
Kaf is, once again, noticeable in her absence. One thinks that the southern folk may not be as accepting of Kaf as their northern counterparts. She will remain in her bag until her travel buddies have surveyed the area and deemed it safe for her to make an ...