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... Visions of revolutionaries, slaves, cotton fields abound. The main exports were in fact cotton and indigo.
From there we drove over the bridge into Hilton Head for lunch. Jean wanted to make sure that we had dinner at an excellent seafood restaurant Hudson's where we all pigged out on everything seafood, including soft-shelled crabs - the first of the season. After we dropped Judy and David back at the house, ...
... in both directions. Obviously the cars with all of the house plants in them are not crossing the border. We also commented on the number of men driving with their partners reading on Tablets. They have probably done this before and the hum drum of routine has settled in. We imagine a lot. At rest stops as many pets pour out of cars as their masters. There is lots to observe.
On arrival in Savannah, Tony is driving. I was proud I ...
... the "waving girl" and 1996 Olympic Cauldron. Apparently the girl waved goodbye to her sweetheart and whenever she saw a ship come in, she came out to wave hoping he was on it. She did this for 44 years and he never came back. When she died, a lot of sailors and ships captains came to her funeral. Next stop was for morning tea at Leopold's Ice Cream store voted the fifth most popular in the world. I gotta say, it was fantastic! Andrew ordered a vanilla ice cream ...
... listen to music on the stereo which has speakers front and back on this bike. If we want to talk to each other while we are listening to music we just press an button on the helmet.
Paul has set the front of the bike up nicely with the GPS, the GoPro and has now added a cradle for his phone so he can have Google Maps going too. We are finding our GPS freezes on and off, so instead of me trying to ...
We learned that she started calling her parents
by their first names when she was six and that she trained chickens to
walk backwards! And that she was one sassy young lady! The sad part of
her story is that O'Connor died of cancer (lupus, I think it was) at a
fairly young age.
We had a group picture taken on her front steps. Several of us bought t-shirts or copies ...