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... rotten oranges,” I complain.
“Deacon keeps hitting me,” Artiste whines.
“There’s Something About… An Aqua Velva Man,” Mom says. She is reading the little signs along the road about every quarter mile. Each sign has a few words of a commercial on it. I never see signs like this in MI. There are also giant signs with a large image on each billboard. “Brylcreem… A little Dab… ...
We're sitting on Satisfaction in Wild Dunes Marina at Isle of Palms, SC where the temperature is about 40 degrees. Rain has moved into the South Carolina coast and has altered our plans to cruise to Southport, North Carolina where we had planned to leave the boat to drive back to Kansas. This, however, is a lovely place and we found a good, safe slip to tie up for about 3 weeks while we go home for a quick visit and to get our taxes completed.
Arrived in Charleston and immediately started looking for good seafood. We found a hole in the wall that had great fresh fish, oysters and hush-puppies! Met up with our buddies Jayme and her sister Gwen at their condo on the beach. The girls headed downtown to explore and Chucky stayed at the ...
... Places. It was amazing to walk around this site and imagine how it’s history would have unfolded for the soldiers deployed here.
Disembarking from the ferry we walked down to the City Market area. We had a late lunch at the ‘Noisy Oyster’ before heading across the road to the market area. City Market was originally used in the 19th century as the city’s fish, meat and vegetable market. It spans several ...
... midst the forest of trees ,to the magnificent home. ….
We inquired later in the afternoon as we were leaving, and by 2 oclock ,there had been 3,000 visitors so far for the day. At $59 per head - YOU DO THE MATH!!!!! This is one huge business. This 118 year old property is doing well, employing 1800 staff and creating a huge employment base for the Asheville community.
The entrance hall has a Grand Staircase, with a 1700lb wrought ...