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... and usually, but not always, will have stringed instruments which include guitar, fiddle(violin), mandolin, banjo, and upright string bass. The evening was wonderful and we got every member of the group to sign their newest CD. By the way, Newberry, SC is a very charming small town with many restored/maintained beautiful historic buildings and homes.
Ninety Six National Historical Site, Ninety Six, South Carolina. In the fall ...
... too much sightseeing. We decided to walk down King street a bit and find a quick bite to eat. We stopped at a place called Kickin`Chicken which although looked a little like subpar pub food, turned out to be really yummy chicken. Neither of us could finish our plates so we took it to go for the next days lunch. We walked around a little longer before heading back to the van. We drove to James island and spent the night at a ...
... of it's most famous features is the driveway. In 1743 Captain Thomas Boone (son of John Boone) planted live oak trees, arranging them in two evenly spaced rows. It would take more than 200 years for the trees to grow to meet each other, creating a scenic corridor that welcomes visitors to America's most photographed plantation. The beautiful driveway is featured in 'Gone with the wind', 'North and South' with Patrick Swayze and 'The notebook'.
The property has ...
... on the smaller side. The first time I went, it was just me. This time there were 12 of us on the tour. I even think the tour guide we had today, Tara, was the same one who was my first guide. The tour begins with information about the beginnings of the home and property. Drayton Hall was the showcase house for John Drayton and his vast holdings of either 47 or 147 (I can't remember which) different plantations! That's one ...
... the very crowded train. Coach class of course, as it was only an eight and a half hour trip.
The train, the Palmetto, originates in Boston, and terminates in Savanna, Georgia. Lots of people getting on and off all the way. Interesting people. But, the scenery was so dull. Brown, swampy and uninteresting all the way. I can usually found something ...