BEST WESTERN Sweetgrass Inn
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First stop is Charleston, South Carolina. We're happy for the warmer weather and old world charm. On our way out, we hit up Savannah, Georgia for a quick pit stop.
... slaves - his household had 13 slaves and 1 free black person. A very grand house with a fabulous staircase and beautiful furnishings - pity the lady that conducted the tour was a bit boring. The Slave Mart Museum was closed on Sunday so we couldn't do that.
Dinner at Poogan's Porch Restaurant - an old converted house - Poogan had been the family dog and is depicted In a mural on the car park wall - Paula is an expert at finding these nice places on her iPhone - lovely ...
... roads and seeing the towns that were once stopovers for travelers up and down the east coast.
For a short while the 17 joins the I-95 but only for about 10 miles. I did spot some strange location names on the road along here. My pick for today is Coosawhatchie. I’m sure this has some special meaning to somebody, but I have no idea what. I think it might be a town but I also saw a sign that said Coosawhatchie River.
... amp; the weather was perfect. We spent a bit of time on the beach in the afternoon, back on Kiawah Island, trying to catch some sun. But it was quite windy, so we cut our "sunning" time short. Instead we took a LONG walk down to the end of the island, to "Captain Sam's Inlet" which was a place of frequent dolphin sightings. We did see several. Though none close enough to get a good picture with my iPhone On the way ...
We have seen these magnificent places and will rendezvous with them in Washington DC in a week to ten days.
When we arrived at Asheville, we booked into Wilsons Riverfront RV Park. A couple of sites down from us was a very unusual set up. I can imagine how many looks this rig would get as it drives along the highways of America.
Its owner who likes to be known as "Critter" says he has a lot of fun watching the faces of ...