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Robert was on his way and we had until 3:30 to pick him up. We are heading towards Charleston for a hot dog at "Perfectly Franks" in Summerville and a tour of Drayton Hall in the lowlands of Charleston. It is a little cooler today so we throw our jackets in the car and off we go. I am driving, Tony is navigating and Carrie is interpreting his directions for me, a necessity!
Touring Drayton Hall is a historical journey into the days before ...
... I turned around then. The sun was out and the tide low ( great for walking) and it was just lovely. I wore black track pants, long sleeve tee and black track jacket...and merrell trail sneakers and that was the right weight. It was in the low 60s. Since rain was coming, we went to the market in Freshfields for supplies ( ie their awesome cake) and had dinner in...quiche and salad. No sunset ...
... and was entertaining and very informative. He spoke of morning clothing and periods that were required of women, the practice of using a cooling table to keep the body from rotting too quickly and a little about headstones including the wooden post and rail types. He had slides of pins and brooches that were made of human hair and a fan made from a human "loved one’s" stomach (it was really quite lovely if you didn't know what it was). He discussed ...
... Scottsboro rider had recently proposed to his bride-to-be, and with the battle raging, representatives from Cleveland, Cullman, and Russellville had poured into the strongly fortified city. Making plans to celebrate the nuptials and continue the march, the men passed the night with the conflicting emotions of joy and duty. Alpha Kappa was now stronger than ever, and such strength would be required for the days ahead.
In one day, Alpha Kappa had ...
... far from the shore : )
Saturday was another day for history as we made our way to Fort Moultrie. My goodness I was not prepared for such a treat. The tour started with their video that was filmed in 1976….I highly recommend seeing this video before the NPS finds the funds to redo it. The video in itself is a hysterical relic! This fort covers nearly 200 years of US History, starting with the American Revolution thru World War II. It was such ...