The Village at Palmetto Dunes
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... you have made me laugh so hard I cried. All very good, I know how fortunate I am. Thank you.
Tony and I do not exchange gifts and usually there are no cards, there are always flowers. Today Tony presented me with two cards, both with lovely long messages. Apparently he got the second last anniversary card in town, the man behind him got the last, identical to mine. I hope that girl feels as lucky as I! The two men had a few ...
... months and lots of energy making it our new home. Many of our friends have come to visit, and have helped us discover wine country. We have become good friends with the U Haul staff, hiring vans on 3 occasions to move to Niagara, buy furniture in Buffalo and hardwood flooring in Burlington. We have met Les's partner Shawn, his contractor Jonathan, and his men, Lee, Roger, as well as the electricians, and the counter guys Peter and Don ...
... arrived when the trees all of sudden became moss-covered or palm trees. It's disturbing and beautiful at the same time. (Mandy's input: All the overgrown and low-hanging trees definitely give off a "Gone With the Wind" vibe - very cool.) The resort and Edisto Beach in general are your typical tourist establishment. Lots of pale white folk looking to unwind.
Got checked in and explored our new home for the next ...
... our backdoor. Noel was still just not into it so I took Kody and Noel stayed with Papaw Davis. The two of them would eventually come down to the pool to play, but before they did Kody and I were able to hit the slide and go down several times. I didn’t think going up and down all the steps would be so tiring, but let me tell you after about 15 times you are exhausted. I will say I felt like a big kid again as Kody would say come on daddy lets go and ...
... schools for freed slaves. Here are the remains of the Chapel of Ease, a tiny church built in 1748 for the plantation owners to attend church and damaged in 1886. The Gullah Grub Restaurant and the Gullah Art Gallery are here. Yes, the slaves were freed in the South, but that doesn’t mean the two cultures intermingle much.
“When oonuh dey yuh, oonuh dey home”--in the words of the Gullah people-- when you are here, you are ...