America's Best Inn Beaufort
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Today was a busy day. When your away you always try to accomplish everything. Today was one of those days.
We left the house at 09:00 a.m. to meet up with Judy and David who live here in Bluffton. What great people. Jean has known Judy for years and she wanted to make sure that we were introduced so we drove over to their magnificent home in Hampton Hall.
After the usual introductions we all headed out ...
... valuable Sea Island cotton. This fueled the
unions wealth and gave them the upper hand. Newly freed slaves enlisted and became part of the First, Second and Third South Carolina Regiments USA.
The Federal's Plan was to blockade the southern ports and establish a foothold on the surrounding Sea Islands. The Union Army would island hop up the coast and lay siege to Charleston. Their plan was a success.
In February of ...
... blessed to have this time to travel and to enjoy each other's company. So far, the only difficulty we have had has been the storm that came through when we were in Georgia.
Well, this blog is quite a bit longer than the previous postings because we got rain last night (2/10) and this morning (2/11). That has meant some down time in the woody.
Last night our meager garbage bag was left on the picnic table (seasoned campers like ...
We set out for Edisto with six people, two dogs, and two cars. The trip was mostly uneventful. Taking a 9 month old puppy did have its challenges. Since she is pretty high strung, we decided to sedate her for the trip. About an hour in, her face seemed to melt off. While the sedative helped reduce her spastic nature, it didn't stop her from needing to stop every two hours for a bathroom break. We all felt sorry for her and decided we would only give her another dose on the way home ...
... miles of barrier island. Ocean and salt marsh, long needle pine, oak,
magnolia, cabbage palm and palmetto still cover the dunes. Primitive
beauty and excellent birding. The park provides a fishing peer, a
boat launch, an environmental center, a long boardwalk over the
marsh, a huge campground with electric, good water and hot showers as
well as miles of paved, singled track and handicapped access trails.
All on par ...