Holiday Inn Charleston-Mount Pleasant
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... had competed on Food Network on Food Court Wars - cool. Of course the adventure doesn't end there. We get to the base to check in and the clerk tells Dave that she doesn't have a reservation for us - thus the Griswald experience continues. We end up checking in Best Western Patriot's Point - really nice so it worked to our benefit. Now we have our list of places for tomorrow and a list of local eateries - let the adventure continue. Till tomorrow Clark and ...
... and is now home to local food providores, artisans and crafts. It was interesting to browse the diverse offerings including the renowned sweet-grass baskets.
Late afternoon we headed to our accommodation, The campground at James Island County Park. The drive into the park is picturesque with bike tracks, playgrounds and a lake. The camping area at the side of the park is shaded and quiet which is perfect as a retreat for the next few ...
... automatic pin resetters had not been invented.This place should be on the itinerary for anyone passing this part of the world, and allow a whole day at least! Check out this link. www.biltmore.com
We left Asheville next morning, heading pretty much due south for our family farm interest at Bartow in central Georgia. We came to the border after a nice drive through the mainly forested countryside, and lo and behold! a hydro lake!
Lunch was a ...
... and landscapes. A couple of small bonuses that are helping to make the trip so good are the discovery of a fridge in the car, and the radio stations over here. You can always get a classic or contemporary rock station. They aren't shy to play none famous album tracks by bands we love from the 60's right up to today as well. So you often get a forgotten gem popping out to brighten up what can often be long (although picturesque) roads. Got to go now, need food. :) *Slight ...
... having my picture made holding a box of the chocolatey marshmallow delicacy while sitting in the company's famous crescent moon logo.
Tomorrow we plan to take a cruise to Fort Sumter and then further explore downtown Charleston where, as I noted earlier, every alley, nook and cranny seems to have some historical importance attached to it.
Pictures of everything discussed above are posted below. I'll keep writing this blog, it y'all will keep reading it...