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... corner portion of the stucco covered tabby wall. It is expected that this property along with many others here will still yield artifacts and information regarding the islands history. All archeological digs are controlled and the property can not be trespassed.
We meandered through the streets and headed home. It is raining and time to again put our feet up, but instead of tea it is "cocktail" time. Cheers to forty-one years!
It has been an incredible week in Hilton Head! The weather has been beautiful and it has been great to be settled for the week. We could have stayed another week here. I don't think we are going to see Charleston but we will stop in Savannah. They were in our plans but there was lots to do in Hilton Head.
On Thursday the girls were very excited about going to the ...
... but so lovely! You walk along and then there is a square. Keep walking, another square…about 6 in total I think, I can’t really remember the exact number.
Today was such a beautiful day it was like summer. The sun was shining and you could easily grab a book or coffee and just sit for hours. It was really peaceful and nice to walk along and just sit in some of the squares and enjoy the day. The most important square I had come to see though was ...
... knew what or where to eat, but I had fortunately done a little recon on what was around to eat. I was told to walk across the river and you will find Mexican, Italian, and some seafood restaurants. It was about a ¾ mile walk and it was quite relaxing. It was a little muggy outside, but there was just enough of a breeze to make it tolerable. We wound up at San Miguel’s. A Mexican restaurant that was more upscale than the ones in Augusta. ...
... the hotel, to the heat and warmth of the day. We first headed to the Ric*******, Owen's, and Thomas house. We had a tour through it and learned that, the slaves had painted blue "haint" on the ceilings to protect them from evil. I found that very interesting. Then we went and ate at "Zuni's" it was pretty good. After filling our empty bellies, with good food ...