Hilton Garden Inn Beaufort
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... one night) - just a small block of green grass and trees. Then it was back to the room, had a bath in the footed tub (big enough for two) and then reading until bed.
Sunday 7/7 Had a fabulous breakfast in the cafe at the hotel - delicious almond french toast, and good grits. Hated to leave, even thought briefly about staying another ...
... and ancient, twisted salt cedars, where
palmettos grown from the fanning cabbage palms. Everything a mix of
greens draped with spanish moss, the understory a tangle of bamboo,
trash trees and strangle vines. Sprawling live oaks form a
latticework canopy, shadows and sun paint the smooth, wide trail
through this wonderland. Green, everything and everywhere green even
in these winter months. And birds, in and above the forest with ...
... an emphasis on tourism, with its boutiques and eateries, much classier than Myrtle Beach, but not as prosperous.
Traveling from Charleston we make our way to another historic town, Beaufort, SC. Passing through Beaufort we head directly to the stunning Hunting Island State Park. This is reputed to be South Carolina's most popular park and I can see why.
Located on a barrier type of island, the Atlantic pounds the shore while ...
... gone through the Civil War. The Union Forces breeched the southeast wall with their superior weapons fired from emplacements on Tybee Island, over a mile away. This breach destroyed the roof of the powder magazine, which contained over forty thousand pounds of black powder. The Colonel in command of the Fort wisely surrendered and thus saved the lives of his troops. There were up to seven ...
... Monica and I as we head over to the Irvin winery for a tour and taste testing as we start heading toward Tennesse to visit our friends, the Turners.
We get to Skype Rob each night and ALL of the kids are anxious to share with him our daily news. We can't wait to have him join us. Curiously, he is missing all of the driving time but will make it out for the Wyoming and Montana adventures.
Time to move on and start heading ...