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Well I must have been dreaming when I wrote the first part of today because I mentioned "Grayton" instead of "Drayton". Sorry for the confusion. I must have known a Grayton in my previous life!
Robert we have discovered is on the plane and Carrie has a feeling there may be more to this story.
At 1:30 after our tour we took off to Perfectly Franks a hot dog joint we had previously encountered on our last road trip three years ago. Perfectly Franks has hot ...
... br> One of our favorite travel activities is to ask one another: "could we live here?" and Charleston was no exception. We looked around us, took in the beauty and history, marveled at the amazing food and appreciated the southern hospitality and all of us nodded and said, "yeah, we could do this for awhile".
Thankfully South Carolina is not yet over and we are now headed to Hilton Head and some time on the ...
... mainly three story weatherboard and brick properties in the historic district, beautiful, and built from the mid 1700's. We found also found a handful of properties that must have been constructed in the middle of the night without the approval of the Historic Charleston Foundation.
We had a good ol' walk 'roun town and determined seafood was the right choice for dinner. We freshened up after another ...
... the Civil war. This is one of the over 270 plantations near Charleston that grew wealthy on 'Carolina gold" - rice grown in the tidal flats. Slaves from certain parts of Africa knew how to grow rice using this method so when they were freed in 1865 most of the rice growing eventually was not sustainable. We did not know that rice, and earlier indigo, were the most significant crops in this area not cotton. We also visited Magnolia ...
... a bar. I asked one Santa if they got free drinks for dressing up and he replied no, they just liked to dress up for the season and go out. Again, characters.
On Sunday after a great brunch at Toast we toured beautiful Boone Hall Plantation for a wine and food tasting and tour. The house was splendidly preserved and maintained, but still conveyed a sense of livability, I suspect because it is still lived in. The holiday decorations were so elegant and simple, ...