Hampton Inn & Suites Clinton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... saw a movie based on a comic book and a movie based on a video game all on the same night?
Well, if it's any comfort, the offering on the other screen was Rio 2 (a movie based on a previous movie--animated--that we saw at a previous drive-in adventure) and Peabody and Sherman (or possibly Sherman and Peabody), a movie based on a cartoon that I used to watch when I was a kid, say 45+ years ago. ...
Yesterday involved a trip to Clinton and lunch with Brother Steve. We said our goodbyes and headed out to do some grocery shopping. We passed a church with a tractor parked out front with one of those giant circular hay bales on the front fork and a flatbed trailer decorated with greenery. I can only assume the deceased was a farmer and the tractor would take him to his final resting place. I ...
... br> The next day we met Cousin Charlotte and her Grandson Justin for lunch in Downtown Clinton. After lunch we all went over to Brother Steve's for a longer visit. My brother had a list of all the 1st cousins and I counted 20 plus, in these parts. Well, that's not hard to believe, out of 7 children. Charlotte lives in the Laurens area and her Husband Jimmy, drives a big rig back and forth to Savannah, every day.
June 26, was a trip to the ...
... Correll walked us down the same road the troops had come in on. He explained the conditions and placement of troops in battle. The Battle of Cowpens was a turning point in the revolutionary war. On the grounds of the National Park site is the Robert Scruggs House, which we visited as well.
After the Battlefield we headed for Greenville for a late lunch and a visit to Falls ...
... the Walnut Grove Plantation. This is the Colonial and Revolutionary era home of the Moore family. It's been restored and the grounds are pristine. We were the only ones on the 11 am tour and what a tour it was. Our guide is a serious student of the local history, US history and world history. When we arrived he was reading a history book. We were treated to a full hour of local lore, battle ...