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Visiting Fort Sumter is only available by boat through a touring company that leaves Patriots Point or ferries leaving from Liberty Square at the Aquarium Wharf. We arrived from Patriots Point. Our tour guide, or local Ranger Rick as we called him, enlightened us on the forts history and construction. He also asked us to think of the enslaved labourers and craftsmen who worked on this structure when our hands touched the bricks, to think of the first man to die in the civil ...
... winds of the winter storm began to stir up. We drove over to the local seafood market
Now it is colder with a 15 degree drop into the 50's today. We will be here over the weekend relaxing, staying warm, and deciding whether to still head to Florida or to make a western journey to Arizona and New Mexico for the winter months.
Stay tuned. And leave us feedback about which way we should go.
... first time. I saw slave cabins and toured the grounds trying to picture how this place was, and its importance to the economy, and how the slaves lived and what they may have experienced. I have a keen interest in history and this is a wonderful place to see.
Over three years later, putting together my next exploration, my research led me to discover that this house was also the location of Allie's summer house from the Notebook. Nicholas Sparks ...
... tipping. Everyone has their hand out.
Drove back into town for a tour of Calhoun Mansion, built in 1876, with 35 rooms and 23 fireplaces, chandeliers by Tiffany and rooms stuffed with antiques, it is truly remarkable.
This morning's rain and cloud lifted and it was a beautiful day, about 22 degrees. Further north there is another snow storm and we are glad to be out of this one.
... such pleasant circumstances that the distance seemed not to be a distraction from the enjoyment of the day. The historic buildings were too numerous to give even a cursory description; instead I will mention just a few that had a whimsical impression on our minds. We would pass by the central Charleston Fire Station that had a life-size statue of a sleeping Dalmatian in the front between two of the exit doors of the housed fire engines. We walked farther along past the Old ...