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The girls decorated the house for Todd's birthday with balloons, painted signs and pictures they quietly created in secrecy in the afternoon. A "tattoo" spa was set up so that everyone would have a memory of the day..... Thrilled with their father's reaction to all of the events they organized they declared the party a success!
We learned today that outside of the occasional Alaskan Snow ...
... 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 ...
... Today we had our first American biscuits. We've been looking forward to them after some failed attempts to make biscuits and sausage gravy at home. We called in to a chain called Bojangles where they specialise in chicken and biscuits. England, we need to start making them, they're ace! They are somewhere in the middle of a batch and a scone with a buttery taste and a texture reminiscent of a buttered potato cake. Gorgeous stuff. Also, got take out BBQ tonight. We need that in England ...
... Thing. I was truly honored to learn I was visiting the exact site upon which Adrienne Barbeau, the co-star of Swamp Thing, bared her boobies on film, an indelible image that seared itself onto my 14-year-old mind and remains with me to this day.
We walked the extensive mile-plus long garden trail, toured the plantation house, visited the original slave quarters and, generally, did what we could to prevent the rain from ruining our outing.
I discovered and ...
Renee and I went to Patriots Point. This is one of the
world's largest military maritime museums. We again managed to arrive
early enough to be the first ones in line to buy tickets. Got onto the
10:45 Fort Sumter tour, which gave us plenty of time to tour the USS
Yorktown and USS Laffey. We were glad to be there in the morning as it
was already warm in the ships. We toured the living quarters on the
Yorktown as well as ...