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... as wilderness. In 2003 it became Congaree National Park. This is a different sort of national park, but we thoroughly enjoyed walking through the swamps, via boardwalk, and the stands of Cypress trees and Loblolly pines. Please note the photo regarding the potential for mosquitos. We were lucky to experience the park when zero mosquitos were present.
Newberry Opera House, Newberry, South Carolina. We took an ...
... tidy, cleaning my way, and prepare for the nesting that follows. I finally say after the cleaning, putting groceries away and setting out the flowers that we have arrived and I kick up my feet and say, this is great. I now feel I belong. now you know why you did not hear from me this morning.
Tony found the local LCBO, washed the car in our driveway and organized outside. He is making the outside and basement ...
... side coming out. We took some nice pictures in the marsh lands which look like they are solid ground but you can`t walk farther than 10 feet before you begin to sink. By the time we got back to the van it had really warmed up outside and was super sunny. Chris decided to take advantage of the sunshine by washing all his underwear. Before we left we bought Nonna soap which is sold in Italian grocery stores and is a big ...
... fired oven and we had one with chicken, artichokes,and other good yummy stuff. We shared a salad that had yellow beets, greens, peas, pine nuts and cheese... Plus a pane cotta with cherries. The server was very nice and the Italian beer Perone was yummy too. The bar has 48 beers on tap so I hope we can go back before we leave. Now we are back at the house having scotch and watching Texas A+M vs Arkansas.. Tomorrow it is supposed to be sunny and we plan to walk around and explore the ...
... was a huge oak tree. Legend holds that George Washington saved the oak tree during his visit in 1791 to the plantation. Washington learnt that Harriott Pinckney Horry intended to cut the tree down because it blocked the view of her husband's horse track. Washington advised "Let the tree stand!" and over 200 years later it still stands, bigger than ever.
Our third and final plantation for the day was Boone Hall plantation. The plantation was established in ...