BEST WESTERN Sweetgrass Inn
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For 125 years, four successive generations worked the Plantation. Then after the Civil War the Main House was set on fire by the troops & an Earthquake later destroyed what was left. One wing that survived was restored & is open to the public today. Made out of bricks, we were surprised at the "small" size, we were expecting a big fancy mansion. The Plantation was totally neglected ...
... here all day tomorrow, we thought we'd see some other sights nearby today. Our hotel receptionist suggested Patriot's Point which neither of us thought sounded interesting. Wrong. When we got there, it was actually a huge aircraft carrier docked that was converted into a museum and we could explore. There were also fighter jets parked on top too.
Granted, Ted was more awestruck by the planes and the ship, while I liked the history a lot more. But you couldn't ...
Nate came home from work at about midnight and I woke up to him playing with Aeden. We had a quick chat and a little catch up before I passed back out again.
Tia came home from work early at like 3am and woke me up while she was preparing her 'dinner'. She works in a bar so she has radical hours, particularly this weekend being that of Labour day. One of the few days Americans actually get off work. We caught up for a bit before i ...
... head out to Magnolia Plantation on Tuesday and then spent Sunday afternoon with Carolyn, Philip's mother. She is a softly spoken ex kindergarten teacher who has lived here for over 50 years and has very similar interests to us - especially gardens and architecture.She showed number of her favourite gardens, often quite small but all formal, immaculate with trimmed hedges, stunning red maples, sometimes large old oaks. Most have some kind of ...
... the group and went back to the campsite to set up for the night. The campsite was stunning with big trees, open areas and a big shelter for us to use. Once the tents were up food preparation started. Most people just sat around chatting away before tea which was burgers. Was definitely a good feed. We ended up spending the night sitting around playing cards, talking and drinking. I decided to have a pretty early ...