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Our next adventure on El Nido will be in November Bryan needs to take her our of the US for a day so a quick trip I think he'll recruit a new first mate for that one, it's a busy time of year for Mrs. Claus.
After that we will spend time in the winter down in Florida and. Bahamas :-)
I took a picture tonight from our deck in Calgary another lovely sunset but no waves :-)
... in any home. Way over the top but the furniture, floors, porcelain (the dining room was set) stillvisible. Very interesting and our guide sasa Southern gal in oeriod costume. Not much okder yhan Andreas but well spoken and charming. Learntso much and had such a great time at Boone Hall. So on our return trip we drove to Charleston down town area to look at great homes along the river ontage. Amazing houses to say the least. Nice healthydinner in the motel and free ...
I have about 2 hours to kill while on the plane to Charleston so it seems only logical to give a quick review on yesterday's events. Being the day of America's independence, there are a lot of celebrations both during the day and the evening. Along with this, each family will often celebrate the 4th in a different way. For us, we just had a really nice barbecue in some ...
... tourists doing the exact same! I daydreamed looking up at the porches, or piazzas, and soaked in the sunshine. Perfect afternoon.
My last morning in Charleston dawned a lovely sunny day where Laura kindly offered to take me with her to Boone Hall Plantation. This plantation started in 1681 and has passed through a few families each adding their own unique history to the place. The current building is the fourth mansion (two going to fire and the last torn down in ...
... imitation of the former house that was burnt down by the Yankees in the Civil War. It's all Scarlett O'Hara stuff around here! But the grounds are stunning, huge oaks and cypresses and lots of other trees all festooned with Spanish Moss (not Spanish, not a Moss, but an epiphyte - gets its sustenance from the air - whose closest relative is the pineapple.)
The other really interesting things are the alligators that live in the decorative ponds and the former ...
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