Hampton Inn Beaufort
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... food in the cupboard, broken beaded doorway into the living room with TV and a tapestry pinned to the wall with a massive buck starting back at the viewer. What the hell happened here? Who lived here, with children, and just left?
More abysmal, boarded homes with Do Not Trespass signs were everywhere. Even some once stunning masterpiece homes, now just shells with chipped white paint. A tiny white house had hand-drawn stars all over it ...
... and more Federal troops arrived at Edisto and made their presence known. The once magnificent homes, Cassina Point Plantation, Oak Island Plantation and Bailey's Plantation were in Union Control. The troops were hungry and tired. On arrival they encountered deserted homes laden with luxuries. Crops were ready to be harvested and the smoke houses were full of meat. Family homes were looted and many homes were destroyed.
... we decided to go on toward Savannah. I had started reading a book called "Catherine's Cross" that I picked up in the lobby area the day before. When we checked out I asked the woman where I could get a copy, since I was not finished reading it. She told me to take the book and mail it back when I was finished. Wow - talk about Southern hospitality!!
... the top of the lighthouse and enjoyed the beautiful views of the surrounding area.
We headed back for some more beach time. Everyone was having a great time until Bruce suddenly hurried the kids out of the water. When Aimee asked him what was going on he said he'd seen "2 fins" out there. With a little giggle Aimee pointed out they were dolphins. I think all ...
... and palms shade the waterview campsite. We spend two nights here replenishing our spirits and energies. WE spend our time taking long walks on the strand, eating, drinking and relaxing. It is nice to finally take advantage of our time along this coast. The weather starts cold and breezy, with lots of winter clothing in evidence on the beach.
At night we build fires that last long into the evening, giving lots of time to reflect on our ...