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... had a few questions from friends and family regarding the language situation. While I have been certified at business level German, I've not the first clue about the slang or regional dialects that I may encounter, so hilarious hijinks and mishaps are sure to ensue.
Now, it's time to say auf Wiedersehen (until the next post). Thanks for the good times ...
... Englishman Major John Boone and is the oldest working , living plantation in America. It has been continuously growing and producing crops for more than three centuries. Its continuous success is due to it keeping up with change. Once producing cotton and pecans to making bricks and now a wide variety of fruit and vegetables.
The house was built in 1936 so relatively new but it was built using the wood from the original plantation house, built in the early ...
... a presentation on Gullah Culture. There is also a Plantation Coach Tour which goes around the entire 738 acres of the farm (at it's peak it was over 4,000 acres!) and the driver points out various sites of importance. That ride was quite chilly as the coach is open air and the breeze was blowing! I stopped for hot chocolate when I got off of that!
I ate lunch at Boone Hall Farms, which is a little north of the plantation on Highway 17. The market has ...
... to step out of Civil War history and learn about other time periods. The Fort gave wonderful interpretive experience for the various time periods. I especially loved the WWII exhibits that showed the Operations Room, with 1940’s era music playing. Very cool! We continued through the fort walking backwards through history – WWI. Spanish – American War, War of 1812, Revolutionary War. Fort Moultrie is a must. Unfortunately we had no ...
... the building is brick. They only stucco the front for appearance sake. They now have strict regulations about what you can do to the exterior of all these old homes. They want to retain as much of the historic value as they can. I am posting several pictures of homes in Charleston so you can get a feel for the history. Before boarding the carriage we had walked through several long buildings that ...