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... 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 ...
... Columbia. The first stop was the State Museum. Triple A gave this museum a GEM. I'm not sure about the gem, I will give it three thumbs up. The exhibits rated highly in the Revolutionary War and Civil War sections.
Not far from the museum was the State House and a self guided tour. Construction was halted during the Civil War and Sherman hit the building with a few cannon balls. The location of the strikes are marked with stars on ...
... 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 ...
... Moore family history. In the 1700's this truly was "the wild west". I'm going to agree with Triple A and give this site and tour a GEM.
Next was lunch in Spartanburg at the Monsoon. This was Thai food at its finest and a real find for this vegan. We left the Monsoon and walked across the street to park.
At the park we met Mark Cleveland, Spartanburg City Manager. ...
Went over to see brother Steve on Sunday, in Clinton. Yesterday he came over to visit with us at the RV park. Later he called from home "is it raining there?". Nope. Well, about 15 minutes later the sky opened up. I guess he will send us weather alerts while we are here.
Today we drove over to Rose Hill Plantation. This is a State Historic site. This was the home of Henry Gist, the "secession governor" of South Carolina. The Ranger/guide was a very sharp guy and gave ...