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... were actively weaving them. We could see how time consuming it was to construct them but were a bit amazed at how expensive they were. A basket about 10” in diameter was $179. Ouch. Needless to say, we didn’t buy any.
We did get a few small items and I bought a nice tall glass of ice cold, hand squeezed lemonade. It really hit the spot. Only $5.00.
After we looked at everything in the place, we headed off to ...
... we ended up at the Nathaniel Russell House, said by some to be "the finest establishment in Charleston." Our ticket was provided to tour this National Historic Landmark, an elegant Federal style townhouse built by merchant Nathaniel Russell c1808. Naturally, no photography was allowed in the house but how amazing certain features were! Elaborate plasterwork especially the ...
With Charleston looking a little damp in our rear vision mirrors, we headed north and into North Carolina. Once again, this State has so much to offer in history and once again Father Time is hurrying us up.
The drive into North Carolina gives you the first sighting of the Blue Ridge Mountains. You can't help but start humming the song Country Road. Feeling the beat and playing the words in your mind, the miles glide by, ...
... sat at bar. Walked home.
Friday - M got up to get a ride to enterprise - M spilled coffee all over himself and car. Picked up car and brought it home to pack up. T bo cleaned the aparts! Drove around downtown Charleston and battery. Parked in garage and went to Husk for lunch. Really good. Got fried chicken skins, turkey sandwich, amazing cheese grits. We drove to Boone Plantation, they were closed so we went to Pinckney ...
Left camp today around 9:15 and drove straight to the farmer's market in old Charleston - about a 1 hour drive). After perusing the market, we ate lunch from one of the food booth's there - a roti booth- had a "mother clucker" each (chicken, rice etc)...very good! Then we explored the city market and walked the streets in the old part of Charleston including part of the boardwalk. We ...