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... shocking pink sweater in Chicago airport to tide me over! Getting up in the middle of the night caught up with us in the plane and I managed quite a long nap.
(D) so this 6’ft tall orange haired beauty tap-taps thru security ...
... amount of export made the family one of the richest in the U.S at that time. The plantation was worked the same as they all were, by the slave system in operation across most of the eastern states. However this one was different, Mr Drayton made sure that each and ever slave on his plantation were all taught to Read and Write. This was highly illegal at the time but paid after the war, when the slaves wanted to remain with the family. A series of events has meant that ...
... Schadow. On our own we walked through the stable yard where we saw peacocks, water buffalo, sheep and other animals.
... creatures and 12,000 plants. Exhibits focus on environments found in South Carolina, from the Blue Ridge mountain streams where there are many river otters to the Coastal Plains where those murky swamps harbour alligators and diamondback rattlesnakes. Nia and Ruby were inside a Lemurs cave, an Eagles nest and participants in the "hospital" where turtles were being cared for; the most amazing story is about Lazurus.
Tony brought the ...
... it's 27 slave cabins still remaining and completely intact. We were able to walk in and around them. An inventory from 1854 lists the names of 225 slaves at Boone Hall but slaves weren't always registered so there could have been 300 or even more.
The plantation has had many weddings, even Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively were married there.
We did a tour inside the house, first floor only because it's still lived in by the current owners, which also meant ...