Days Inn Port Royal Near Parris Island
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... after dark, we felt that we should make it back as there as town bylaws do not allow any neon signs or street lights in some areas so dark is dark. Next stop tomorrow will be Jupiter, Florida. It will be nice to get back to my stomping grounds and see our old condominium on Singer Island along with the home that I once owned in Jupiter. It'll be interesting to see what they look like now after 35 years or so.
... yummy. We just chilled afterwards and around seven we walked to dinner at a restaurant on the shore. The darkness en route home was peaceful with only the stars to guide us. The only noise was Robert and Tony pretending they were alligators. Silly boys.
It was a good quiet day, we embraced the sunshine, listened to music, when we laughed, well you had to be here, not much to say about today, but to be honest a great way to end. Everyone is tired, happy and content. Night now.
... another break week in the States. We will see what tomorrow brings. I know that some of you are travelling home this weekend as holiday time is over. Wishing you safe journeys and great reunions with family and friends and the best sleeps in your own beds. It looks like weather is improving in Canada. A cold weather front is supposedly moving in here but the sun is shining and we will see what each day brings. Enjoy everyone.
... history that includes Native Americans, Spanish pirates, English settlers, wealthy cotton planters, enslaved African- Americans and many who made their living off of the bounty of the ocean and creeks. This became very obvious while visiting the Museum.
The Museum has been filled with many artifacts and furnishings of the island's plantations. Actual rooms are on display with everything from a bridal veil, original bedding, lamps, books, dishes; a ...
Fort Sumter in the Charleston Harbor was bombarded by federal troops. Residents of Edisto began to feel the wrath of impending conflict as summer hit and by November the full might of the Federal army and navy took down two nearby Forts: Beauregard and Walker. The Federal Blockade had control of Tybee Island in Georgia as well as St. Helena and Hilton Head, just down river from Edisto. A newly formed Federal Department of ...