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... Tonight we just wandered a block from the hotel into a residential area. Very pretty! Pictures tomorrow. Charleston much larger than savannah, more like a city . We should have a better grasp on it tomorrow. The Spoleto Arts Festival is still here in Charleston. Many tents in several parks nearby for arts crafts and performing arts. Today most were closed due to the deluge. There is also music and plays in historic buildings. And we know you are getting good ...
... br> After our meal we headed back to the information centre via Kings Street. This is a wonderful shopping destination with all the major high end retailers and some unique shops. Lots of browsing but not too much buying. We decided on a tour of the Aiken-Rhett house built in 1820 and is Charleston's most intact Antebellum mansion. The Historical society have chosen to preserve rather than restore this mansion, so it does show it's age but does give ...
... up maps of Tennessee and on we went.
We plotted a lunchstop on the new map, and in due course had our picnic at a very nice mown rest area with spotless loos.
That left an hour or so to Asheville and we passed through/over the Appalachian Mountains which form the border Tennesee / North Carolina States. They are a pretty impresive range, bush clad and rugged. The Smokey Mountains are the part we pass over/through en route, the very long run downhill ...
... was an unhurried drive through lazy towns in the middle of nowhere. Edisto consisted of a post office, 2 single wides, a handful of small houses and a couple of gas stations. At least that is what we saw from the highway. At times the trees were so thick and tall and so close to the road, we lost satellite reception on the radio.
By the time we hit Ravenel we knew the sea was near by the names of ...
... the bridge that gets you into Charleston and filled up my car too.
By 11am I was on my way to Savannah. It was a rainy day and it matched my feeling of not wanting to leave Charleston and the Carolina’s yet again. But, I had to move on to new places…but I knew the Carolina’s and I would be reunited soon enough so it was goodbye for now, not forever which made it all ok.
That’s all for now, hope you got a laugh out of this one,
Love Toni ...