Value Place North Charleston
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We've had a wonderful few weekends the last few weeks and have a few more to look forward to!
On Sunday, 31 May Matt and I went to the Lincoln Plaza cinemas to watch "Wild Tales" a really quirky art house film. After the movie we decided to have an early dinner at Rosa Mexicana – big mistake! It looked like it was going to rain but instead it was an absolute downpour with flood warnings constantly coming through on our phones! We tried to wait it out but it ...
... end of the grounds were operational and were used during ceremonies there.
The driver said that iron works such as fences, railings and gates were a large part of Charleston's architecture. Everywhere you look you can see them. One particular iron artist, Philip Simmons, a local blacksmith, is famous in this area for many of his beautiful works in wrought iron. He worked actively on his craft until his early 90s. In early 2000, he was commissioned by ...
... to go with me. I feel they usually give a short and precise lesson in the history of the city, the architecture and some of the lore of the city. We have a retired college professor as our guide and he is pleasant, likeable and very knowledgeable. Our guide talks as he drives (unlike the trolleys) regaling his captive audience with tidbits of history and pointing out unique architecture.
One unique style ...
... their Dolphin House http://mysandybeach.com/48900 From Carrabelle we headed south along the west coast, pausing for 2 nights in Cedar Key. We discovered a great little campground for $5.00 per night, right on the bay waters where you can put your kayak in and paddle to your heart's content. Shell Mound campground is a great no-frills spot to camp, paddle, fish if you are ever in the area. We pedaled our bikes all around Cedar Key, feeling the old Florida vibe all the way. Another ...
... and North Atlantic Sea Scallops, all seafood sold here comes from no further away than Beaufort, just 45 minutes south. Oysters, crab, clams and shrimp come from the bountiful waters of Edisto. Over 100,000 pounds of shrimp a year are caught by the Sara Jane, Edisto's last shrimp boat.
We also learned today that Foster does not like his rubber boots and that Nia and Ruby are very fashionable! The washing machine goes ...