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... 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 ...
... all its surroundings. How anyone can deny the existence of an intelligent creator of such beauty is well beyond my imagination !
Unfortunately, capturing the night time beauty of Ravenal Bridge is beyond my photographic abilities. But, I'm devoting this entire entry, with lots of pictures, because of it's dramatic impact in hopes of conveying some of the feelings we experienced.
We left Lexington on Friday morning 9am heading to Asheville in North Carolina on Interstate 75, in a roughly southeast direction. The gps said it was a 4.45hr trip of 284 mls. It was!
The countryside was mainly forest - looking different to us Kiwis as it's deciduous forest which turns in the fall to provide the wonderful autumn colours, but in leaf looks like English trees (like oaks to my uneducated eye!) There has been a lot of extra rain in the ...
... so relatives / friends arrived to take care of the child. A police woman in a van then arrived to search her and Nick and I were discussing how sad it was for the woman to feel she had to shop lift to provide for herself and her child. However we revised our view somewhat when she had a yelling match with her friends and then they all started laughing and taking pictures on their phones to post on Facebook.
On to South Carolina, ...
... 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 ...