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It was a milestone on our walk in the heat.
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We awoke late again but we were determined to be of our room by 11:30am. At 11:45am the hotel rang us to say we should have left by 11:00am. Well we compromised and finally left the room by 12 noon.
They kindly let us leave our bags in the hotel and the Beast in the car park while we went walkabout around Charleston. We headed to Kings …
... Civil War were fired, at the Battle of Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. Fort Sumter today bears only a superficial resemblance to its original appearance. The multi-tiered fort of 1861 was reduced to rubble during the Civil War. If you are a Civil War buff you would really enjoy visiting.
Tomorrow we travel to our last stop on our Southern Exposure RV Caravan, Asheville, NC. Our tour ends Sun morning, 6 April. ...
... recommended the Hunley and without that suggestion I would not have known that site was there. The Hunley has great exhibits to show just how small the vessel was. After completing its mission of hitting the Housatonic, the Hunley signaled their success to land, and then vanished. The Hunley was finally found in 1995, intact and well preserved. The recovery and preservation efforts are to be applauded. From the site, we decided to head to Magnolia ...
... of the Civil War as the firing on the fort was considered the actual start of the Civil War. Here we saw drawings and a photo of the fort as it was when on that faithful day southern canons fire repeatedly at the fort; and the fort as it is today. This presented us with the decision as to go to the fort or see the town and along with the location where southern canons had bombarded the fort in 1861. Harriet quickly made up her mind and I also agreed that we would experience the ...
... the downside of all the planning is that we can't stay in places like Charleston or Portland for a longer time, even if we want to.
Alas, our bus was booked. 17 hours this time, to Washington, DC; home to world-class museums and monuments, and the stepping-stone to our next camping trip in the Shenandoah National Park. That is, if all the museums, monuments and national parks aren't shut down by the US government...great timing, eh?!
Next stop: Washington, DC!