Tides Folly Beach
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... we were off to Wine and Design to paint out Goats. All much relieved that the pencil sketch had already been done. For all but Jud it was the first time tout brush to canvas. All were trilled and amazed at how well the Goats turned out! Bruce- Woke early and shared coffee with the neighbors from NC and Texas respectively. Drove to Patriot's Park where the CV Yorktown is docked. Caught the boat to Fort Sumter for an hour at the fort. Not ...
... and the Civil War. Over 70 acres of gardens grace the estate, being the oldest major public garden in USA, and 500 acres of plantation. A huge Antebellum homestead, and a street of slave cabins on the property.The walking paths and lakes are covered with weeping American Oak trees, dripping with Spanish moss. The grunting noise of the occasional alligator in the murky waters, made us very sure footed on the slippery paths following the water. Our ...
The Queen of Charleston
While strolling along North Market Street in Charleston, South Carolina one afternoon, peering into the candy shops and confectionary windows, I suddenly developed a craving for one of my favorite southern desserts, Key Lime pie. The south is renowned for perfecting this heavenly creation and as I continued my stroll I happened on a lovely and alluring restaurant called 82 Queen ...
... you’ll find the Moon Pie shakes a retro dream. Leave your beach blanket behind and swing on into this easy on the eyes and ears beachside bistro. They’re open for lunch and dinner, and also within walking distance from the beach and the Folly Beach fishing pier in case you blow out a flip-flop. Oh yeah, if you need convincing it’s time to unwind, the dude on the patio strummin’ his six string singing those buffet ballads will ...
... weren’t so incredibly charming and was stark and devoid of character, you would still be intoxicated by the culinary fare.
The Lost Dog’s Whistlin’ Dixie Shrimp and Grits, dressed with shrimp and sautéed bacon, scallions and garlic will have you thinking you are a dining at a table in heaven. The Eggs Benedict, layered with Canadian bacon, eggs, cheeses, scallions, and blanketed in ...