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... and a boardwalk out to the saltwater marsh. I saw a few birds, lots of oyster shells and not much else. I then did the walkway on the causeway. That was where all the excitement was. There was a big white bird looking for fish and then I noticed a smaller grey colored bird standing in the grass at the edge of the lagoon. I think it might have been a baby but I'm not sure. Further on I saw a large black bird with his wings spread out standing along the ...
... of the extreme right of the tea party. A few beers in I could not pass up attempting to understand the mind of a man who feels that Obama is a Nazi, that feminism has ruined the American way of life, etc....Fascinating. I tend to not follow the rule not to discuss politics while drinking. Call me a daredevil!
Friday - Breakfast - We found Saffron Café and it became our breakfast joint for the duration of the trip. Walking in the door we were ...
... water line of the city. We walked in a crowd of fellow cruisers off the ship and out pass a line of horse drawn wagons that were part of a ship tour would take cruisers around the old city of Charleston. We walked out to the main street. There we would catch the DASH, a bus made to look like a trolley car that ran thru out the city for free. Our goal was to make the first sailing of the day for the ferry that would take us out to and back from the old Ft. Sumpter. The lines for ...
... amazingly beautiful, but hot still at the end of August. Would be perfect in the fall and winter.
Started our day at Drayton Hall. In our excitement to get to our first plantation, we sped past the guard gate. Unfortunately, we were caught and had to pay! Signed up with Friends of the National Historic Trust. We must really like history... Nah, we got a free low country rice spoon. The estate was built in 1738 and has ...
... at the Charlestonian houses and architecture. Just stunning, and different from other places we had visited in the past. It has an oldy-worldy feeling about the place, that made my mind play tricks on me - I swear I could hear horse drawn carriages!
Dinner was amazing. A popular seafood/ southern restaurant named Pearlz.. No reservations needed either, and we were lucky enough to be seated right away.. after our lovely food and few beers, we ...
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