Quality Inn Clinton
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... was good--though I forewent the fried pickles.
We saw two humdingers (listen for the grain of salt here...): Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and a movie about racing cars, which, I swear I had to look up just now in order to remember the title. It's called Need for Speed (really, just the car kind, not the illegal drug kind), and, it turns out, is based on a video game.
... and there will be no power, sewer, water or Wi Fi. I won't know about cell signal, until we arrive. Therefore, there may be no activity, on this blog, for awhile.
In the afternoon we headed for Newberry to visit the Opera House. Upon arrival, we found the Opera House a den of activity with a TV show being filmed. There weren't any tours being given, but somehow, we ended up getting ...
... exterior. The House of Representatives was in session and we sat in for a while.
One of the newer National Parks is near Columbia and we decided to drive on over. Congaree National Park became a NP in 2003. There is a Visitor Center, primitive camping and a number of trails. We tried a walk on the elevated boardwalk but were turned back by rain. I had an umbrella, but the walk was getting slippery. Well, we didn't want to be so close and not visit.
... had an on line meeting with Brothers Nick and Dan in Santa Barbara. We usually do this every other week, but I have missed a few while traveling. After the meeting we fired up the BBQ and enjoyed some local corn.
On Sunday, the trip was to Cowpens National Battlefield and a personal tour. Yes, once again, we were the only ones on the tour. Our guide was Ranger Correll ...
... the Walnut Grove Plantation. This is the Colonial and Revolutionary era home of the Moore family. It's been restored and the grounds are pristine. We were the only ones on the 11 am tour and what a tour it was. Our guide is a serious student of the local history, US history and world history. When we arrived he was reading a history book. We were treated to a full hour of local lore, battle ...