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... accessories. Good fun! Many shops - William Sonoma, Victoria Secret, Barnes and Noble and so on.
After our long day on the road we relaxed and watched TV to learn the sad news about the Air Asia air disaster. So very sad to learn about the results. Our hearts go out to the Indonesian people who have lost their loved ones.
... who came to this area for equestrian sports. It became known as the Winter Colony. When driving along the streets in and around town, you can see the beautiful mansions, churches and shops that were restored during this time.
In 1949, when the Soviet Union exploded a nuclear weapon, President Truman reacted by having a facility built south of Aiken that would produce nuclear materials for hydrogen bombs. It employed almost 40,000 people on ...
... aspect was that it didn't seem like a wealthy town. I assume that the golf club members come here for the day and the high tail it back to their mansions.
We went to the golf course and I spoke to the security guard who was just inside the entry gates. He advised me very politely that I was trespassing and that I could take as many photo's as I liked as long as I was outside of the gates.
This meant that I got a great shot of the ...
We have enjoyed our stay at Mistletoe State Park for the last 5 days. The park is about 50 miles from Augusta, Ga and is on the Clarks Hill Lake. This lake is the start of the Savannah River and is a very popular place to fish.
On Saturday we volunteered to help cleanup the trails of the park. There were a lot of volunteers and even some Army men and women who are stationed nearby. We enjoyed our ...
... fundraisers for the Winter Colony (the rich and famous winter residents). There was a Black Nightclub in N. Augusta and the greatest jazz players of the day would play there when they were on the "Chitlin' Circuit", from 1932-1941. Niles Borop (born and brought up in Aiken) wrote, performed and produced over 4,000 pieces of music here. He has been awarded 18 Gold Records; 6 ASCAP awards; 6 BMI awards; 3 DOVE awards and 15 DOVE nominations and recorded 63 NO. 1 Songs. ...