Fairfield Inn & Suites Charleston North/Ashley Phosphate
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... plantation house in America that is open to the public. It is the only pre-American Revolution War plantation house still remaining on Ashley River Road. All of the others were destroyed by the Union Army during the Civil War." It is said John Grayton, a Doctor, placed "Danger, Small Pox " signs around the property.
The home was built utilizing slave labor on the plantation that grew indigo and rice. Ship loads of rice left Drayton's ...
... to Mingo Pojnt ( two mins by car) to meet Jamie and Matt for our 3pm nature photography tour. By now the fog had lifted more so it was a sunny afternoon.chilly enough for polar fleece and jeans but still great. We went up the estuary a bit and saw the oyster beds then headed towards to ocean, past our cottage. They pointed out several birds and dolphins followed us or checked us out several time. We got to the mouth of ...
... their barbecue sauce is made with a vinegar base and if you know us, we love vinegar (salt and vinegar potato chips, malt vinegar on fish and chips, balsamic vinegar on everything). Well, if you also know us, especially Ted, we love mustards. In South Carolina they use a mustard base for their barbecue sauce. It was truly love at first bite!! Bessinger had their own homemade recipes for the sauce. They had two types, one was regular and one was spicy. ...
... to report to the visitor centre. It was really a checkpoint, so our initial enthusiasm was replaced with slight concern. As "UK" citizens and with no current serving family on base we could not be allowed in!
Jane was impressed as the rather dashing young soldier refused us entry, so that was ok! By this time however we did not have time to return to Fayetteville to see the other museum, so we all ...
... recommended the Hunley and without that suggestion I would not have known that site was there. The Hunley has great exhibits to show just how small the vessel was. After completing its mission of hitting the Housatonic, the Hunley signaled their success to land, and then vanished. The Hunley was finally found in 1995, intact and well preserved. The recovery and preservation efforts are to be applauded. From the site, we decided to head to Magnolia ...