Candlewood Suites I-26 @ Northwoods Mall
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Good morning my last day on the water. I leave from Charleston tomorrow morning. We have 60 miles today which is around 5 hours depending on how calm the water is. They changed the forecast darn so now we may hit some thunder showers and rain right now it is sunny with clouds so we will see.
I have unfortunately woke up with Bryan's cold :-( I hope. I don't get it too bad. We are boxed in on the dock it will be very interesting getting out of here this morning, ...
... pre Revolutionary war plantation home. It's in amazing shape. It has not been restored, just preserved. Apparently cypress doesn't rot and insects don't like it. Returned to the hotel for a nap, lecture on the civil war in Charleston and a surf and turf dinner. Dinner was good but have to cut back on the portions. Maybe just salad for lunch tomorrow. Luggage has to be outside our door by ...
... so as not to affend ya'll, but them chiggers like them private parts. So if you got to itch and y'all are in public, all's you got to say is, " I got chiggers" and folk will just say y'all do what you got ta do" I am not sure I will take Earl's advice on that one.
Today we are off to see plantations before we leave.
I will sign off now, but check out the photos and videos.
Kerry & Scott
... their cooking. We went out to a plantation today, Drayton Hall, which is apparently the only mansion to survive the civil war intact. It's now a National Historic Trust Site. Set in the most beautiful grounds with huge Live Oaks hanging with Spanish Moss. In this heat and humidity everything seems to grow to such a ginormous size. It was interesting to hear how the rich folk lived but haven't heard too much about the poor old slaves ...
... us, and we saw very few animals and wildlife because, unlike us, they had enough smarts to successfully seek refuge from the weather. We did learn from our nature guide that Spanish moss is not even a kind of moss and is instead closely related to the pineapple family. Who in the heck knew that?!?
While on the tour, we learned that the exact same nature swamp we were visiting had previously served as the location for filming the 1982 low-budget, horror ...