Extended Stay America - Charleston - Airport
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After a nice breakfast of toast, muffins and yogurt we set out for Dayton Hall Plantation in West Ashley...it's a plantation thAt dates from the late 1700s and is still in an original state...it was given to the National Trust in the 1970s and it has been stabilized but not restored....interesting but not awesome. The owners are the same family that owned Magnolia Plantation. The grounds are pretty with oaks and Magnolias covered with Spanish Moss and the Ashley ...
... about 15 minutes from Ed's parents' house. The camphost for this campground is a very nice retired Navy Senior Chief who gave us a spot even though we didn't have a reservation. He said he was allowing us to stay, "even though you're Coast Guard" ;) We spent all afternoon/evening at Ed's parents' house, where Maggie expended some energy playing with Bo and Smokey after being pent up in the truck all day.
Ed put another notch in his "new 5th wheel owner ...
... lobster salad and creme brulee. Interesting and good fun. The chef spoke well and made the demonstration enjoyable and informative. 'Free time' around the pool but it was pretty windy so not really possible to read. A bit of sun bathing but you had to hang on to lose personal items. Saw some hugely fat people i swim suits AND bikinis. Revolting. Lunch in the buffet area. Lots of nice salads and cold cuts for me but the boys and John ate hamburgers, pasta, ...
Yes, I’m definitely in love…… with Charleston AND this traveling thing we are doing!
Next stop…Savannah Georgia…I can **********tain myself!!
PS. as I write this, it is sooo humid, my grapes in a bowl are sweating!!
PPS. They serve hushpuppies down here with everything…Honey has decided he does not like hushpuppies! Or collards or fried green ...
... ok having recently enduring a steep learning curve of a new grade of finely ground wheat grain feed which the cows did not adapt to very well. That is behind us now, and things are going well, our young manager Max managing a team of 5 'Hispanics' very well with his ability to speak their Spanish lingo, albeit the agricultural rather than academic variety!
He has a good team spirit going, and the rapport with the Mexicans seems great.