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... complete with clawfoot tub. Went to Wren for dinner - very nice. Kelly had surf and turf, and I had shrimp scampi. Walked on the waterfront again, it tried to rain on us. We walked to the Point, saw the house where "The Big Chill" and "The Great Santini" were filmed. Also saw "The Green" (place where author Pat Conroy supposedly found his ...
Edisto Island, SC
In Live Oaks Campground you can hear
the surf pounding against the beach but, you'er not at the beach. The
smell here is not the smell of the ocean, it is the smell of the
smell of a salt marsh. Here it smells of the earth's primordial soup,
stirred twice a day by forces even greater than the ocean itself.
Here, is a true Maritime Forest filled
with giant long ...
... to Charleston, SC. Charleston is our introduction to the "antebellum" South. This is where the Civil War is still called "The War of Northern Aggression". Parts of Charleston are a time capsule from the early 1800's, with huge mansions reflecting its prominence as a major rice and cotton exportation hub. With the end of the Civil War and the demise of slavery, Charleston slid into depression from which it has never recovered its former glory. ...
Fort Pulaski is only a few miles from the Lighthouse, so we thought we'd best stop in here too. The Fort is named for Count Casimir Pulaski, a Polish hero from the Revolutionary War. He died in defense of the city of Savannah then. It is shaped roughly as a pentagon. The structure required twenty fife million brick to construct. It's in amazingly good condition, considering it was built in 1847 ...
... experience. Funny how the alligators knew exactly when feeding time was and showed up at the stage 10 minutes beforehand so they could get the best spot.
From there we went to a Plantation beach were the kids got to find native american pottery pieces dated from 1000 a.d. and plantation china pieces that dated between the 1700-1800. It was quite a scavenger hunt and each of us found unique keepsakes.
Tomorrow brings a fun ...