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 ...
... Tony has encountered some allergies and is sleeping on and off. A good time to curl up, rest, read and write.
With the expertise of Addam Coe, a local historian, whose knowledge of Edisto and surrounding areas, has garnered him with great respect by local property owners.
Edisto's Role in the Civil War
The news in the Charleston Mercury in December 1860 gave overwhelming but not surprising news that the State ...
... 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 ...
November 15, 2012
Edisto Beach, SC
After a couple weeks I can say that
campground hosting is not the same as camping! And that Live Oaks CG
doesn't offer the same experience as camping out on the beach. We are
still caught up in the rise and fall of the tide as it fills the
marshes that surround the campgrounds and, especial at night, you can
hear the sound of the waves pounding against the beach, but it is ...
Fort Pulaski is only a few miles from the Lighthouse, so we thought we'd best stop in here too. The Fort is named for Count Casimir Pulaski, a Polish hero from the Revolutionary War. He died in defense of the city of Savannah then. It is shaped roughly as a pentagon. The structure required twenty fife million brick to construct. It's in amazingly good condition, considering it was built in 1847 ...