The Beaufort Inn
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... Visions of revolutionaries, slaves, cotton fields abound. The main exports were in fact cotton and indigo.
From there we drove over the bridge into Hilton Head for lunch. Jean wanted to make sure that we had dinner at an excellent seafood restaurant Hudson's where we all pigged out on everything seafood, including soft-shelled crabs - the first of the season. After we dropped Judy and David back at the house, ...
... that the Federals would push inland and cut the railway lines cutting off their ability to move supplies and troops up and down the coastline. During a strategic attack one night they took down the 55th Pennsylvania Regiment at the Old Dominion Plantation, capturing 20 prisoners. This small skirmish did not push any Yankees off the island but kept the Federals alert and on extra patrol along the Dawhoo River.
... employee complaining about the weather: yeah, but look at where we are ... looking out onto the Atlantic. Park employees response: when you live here you forget to see it that way. (These are the things that have always endeared Spencer to me . . . And continue to make me strive to see the world through his eyes. He is always a cup half full kind of guy!)
Spencer read my posting and said, "I'm a full cup kind of guy . . . My cup is always ...
... but I would have almost preferred to spend a little extra and avoid the mess that ensued. I was concerned about leaving my daughter and her friend alone in the parking lot with the dogs and it was hot, very, very hot outside. I helped my wife grab a few things and then I went outside and stood in the sweltering parking lot for what seemed like eternity. There were hundreds of shoppers and two lanes open. The whole stop took over an hour and gave the storms just enough time to move ...
... Me, I'm just happy to be here by the sea with these
As the weather improves in the coming
weeks, we'll settle in and enjoy this place. The canopy of pine, over
sixty feet high, hide the stars and the cresent moon is all but lost.
I will need a flashlight to walk Gertie here. Yes things are different here, I hope it takes awhile before they become the same.