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... four of us enjoyed dinner at Tubby's, then ice cream at Leopold's downtown before driving to the airport to meet my sister, Cheryl Ferguson, who was joining us for a week. Dave and Rhonda shared their new GMC Acadia to drive us back to Morningstar Marina at Golden Isles late that night. Thanks guys - that was a big help!
The next morning, we headed to Savannah on the "outside", traveling in the Atlantic versus the ICW. The seas were calm and ...
... I have seen on TV how that works. Anyway, the reason we were hiking to the Ashley RIver because supposedly this is where dolphins come at low tide to "strand fish." This is a technique not done in many places where the dolphin work together to sort of corral the fish into the river and chase them until they jump out of the water onto the bank of the river, where the dolphin then proceed to jump out of the water and eat them and jump back in the water. ...
... Plantation, one of the very few remaining plantations that wasn't completely destroyed by General Sherman from the Union Army during the Civil War. The plantation was established by Thomas Drayton and his wife in 1679. So many other surrounding plantations were burnt to the ground. Magnolia Plantation was originally a 2000 acre rice plantation, but after the civil war 1500 acres were sold off for phosphate mining to ...
... war II after the previous Yorktown had been sunk in the Battle of Midway. We learnt all about airplanes and what it was like to live on a ship. There was also a replica of Apollo 8 on the ship because it was used to rescue the space ship when it came back to earth. There were lots of little rooms and little three storey, tuck away bunk beds. There were cooks on the ship and to make cookies for everyone they had to ...
... Marion Square which
used to be the marching field for the South Carolina Military College the
Citadel. The Old Citadel building is now
a hotel. Toured the Charleston Museum
which is the oldest museum in the nation across from the visitor center. This museum showcases the cultural and
natural history of the SC low country.
Charleston is really unique with its parks, homes, churches,
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