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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 ...
... skipper, while accustomed to dealing with these conditions, wasn't as surefooted as he needed to be and took a relatively minor knockdown himself, slipping on the cockpit sole and sliding along the edge of a seat with the side of his thigh. This sort of slip is not uncommon and there seemed to be no consequences as a result. Little did I know.
Three days later a dark purple patch appeared on my hip and the surrounding tissue swelled ...
We decided on Middleton as the plantation we would see for a number of reasons such as they are non profit and don't dwell on the slavery. The plantations main crop was rice. It was so peaceful and quiet as we wandered the acres and the breeze blew in from the Ashley river. Middleton is more of a natural environment than manicured gardens. we spotted a few small alligators. Kim tried to tell me they were ...
... the nation’s grandest antebellum townhouses and the relationship of these enslaved domestic servants and the Russell family. An exhibition in the original kitchen house highlights artifacts uncovered during archaeological investigations at the site—pottery sherds, beads, and part of a slave tag. These objects reveal the everyday duties performed by slaves and the spiritual beliefs of the enslaved men and women that maintained the grand townhouse.
... RAVENAL BRIDGE with Patriots Point, Harbor and Marina below us. Of course, in the dark of night, we didn't know what was below us. Full of bursting emotion, I immediately shipped off a text message to a friend back home who follows our trail closely. It was like we were suspended in air with only the string of bridge lights to hold us and lights of the traffic ahead to follow. It was like ...