Candlewood Suites I-26 @ Northwoods Mall
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... served on the lawn. There are ancient, ancient oak trees draped with Spanish Moss and on the back side of the house is the Ashley River. This is all on 630 acres.
It is 11:00 a.m. sharp when we start our tour. Peggy Reider is our guide. She is a sweet, petite women with soft grey curls, old enough to need her deep purple wool coat and matching gloves. As soon as she begins to speak we know she is a retired teacher with a passion for history. ...
... clothes over again and again. Thank goodness for drip dry! And for being two people who don't need fashion although do enjoy looking nice. Richard and I will be the casual Americans traveling from CHS to LAX to MEL. We then drive to Sydney fly to Cairns where we will stay in the Canopy Tree Houses. We will fly to Auckland from there and then on to Tahiti for a few days before returning through LAX to CHS. Stay tuned for ...
... 12, 1861. The Fort is located on a man made island built on a sand bank. On the 30 minute ferry ride we.had nice views of Charleston bridges, the historic aircraft carrier USS Yorktown & best of all some Dolphins playing in the bow wave! Once at the Fort a Ranger gave a summary of the 34 hour stand off that happened there between the North & South. The North withdrew & the South held the Fort until 1865. During that time the longest siege lasted ...
... were killed in battle. The generous terms of surrender, however, allowed Anderson to perform a 100-gun salute before he and his men evacuated the fort the next day. The salute began at 2:00 P.M. on April 14, but was cut short to 50 guns after an accidental explosion killed one of the gunners and mortally wounded another. Carrying their tattered banner, the men marched out of the fort and boarded a boat that ferried them to the ...
... Englishman Major John Boone and is the oldest working , living plantation in America. It has been continuously growing and producing crops for more than three centuries. Its continuous success is due to it keeping up with change. Once producing cotton and pecans to making bricks and now a wide variety of fruit and vegetables.
The house was built in 1936 so relatively new but it was built using the wood from the original plantation house, built in the early ...