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We arrived in Charleston and enjoyed an afternoon looking around the old town before inexplicably succumbing to the baseball bug which we seem to have a very bad case of! This time we felt it was pre-ordained as the Charleston River Dogs stadium was the main feature from our hotel window! We had another great evening and both boys ended up with …
... the beach is covered. After the Tides, the sand shifts and gets resculpted on a daily basis. Little pools of water are created and Sandpipers flit about looking for food in this basin of shells brought in by the waves. There is boating, fishing, crabbing, shrimping, kayaking, bird-watching, hiking, cycling, or just lounging by the water's edge. Of course there is golfing, you will hear about my mini putt experience ...
... and my favourites, clingstone peaches, are now just available. They were delicious with that firm texture I love but not as sweet as I would like. I think its still very early season so in a few weeks, the peaches will be amazing. The pecans were pretty good but the praline ones we got were too loaded in sugar and salt.
Our second stop was a quick, impromptu stop, 60 miles outside Charleston at a little shop that served old ...
... having my picture made holding a box of the chocolatey marshmallow delicacy while sitting in the company's famous crescent moon logo.
Tomorrow we plan to take a cruise to Fort Sumter and then further explore downtown Charleston where, as I noted earlier, every alley, nook and cranny seems to have some historical importance attached to it.
Pictures of everything discussed above are posted below. I'll keep writing this blog, it y'all will keep reading it...
... 000,000. Guess that explained all the
fancy cars parked along the streets! We had two tour guides and they
were both wonderful. They give a lot of history and answer any of your
questions. They explain why the houses were built in a certain layout
and why the porch ceilings are "haint" blue (that color confuses the
haunts and they either think it's the sky and fly up or think it's the