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... Visions of revolutionaries, slaves, cotton fields abound. The main exports were in fact cotton and indigo.
From there we drove over the bridge into Hilton Head for lunch. Jean wanted to make sure that we had dinner at an excellent seafood restaurant Hudson's where we all pigged out on everything seafood, including soft-shelled crabs - the first of the season. After we dropped Judy and David back at the house, ...
... you! Now you have an idea if this is something you might be interested in, or at the very least, a place that you would like to visit based on what you saw and read. In any case, thanks. It was a labor of love for me (sometimes extremely tedious depending on the strength of the internet) and someday when I get the time, I will put together a nice coffee table book for Nick and myself.
Sandy and Nick
... sand, and water. The kid can't go a minute without making up a game or talking about games. I kissed him last night and his response was, "that did me 1 damage, I can take 20 damage."
(Mandy's input: The ocean here is OUTSTANDING! The sand is soft, there are tons of shells, it's really clean, and the weather was perfect today. We are definitely not pining for the grey, low 60-degree days we left behind in Minnesota!)
... we let the celebration begin with sing alongs (more like scream alongs). I can’t remember what they were called as I could hardly understand the girl as she was screaming at the top of her lungs. The one song that I do remember was the Disney shuffle because it was like the hokey pokey with a Disney twist. The songs may not have been all that memorable but watching the 3 ladies of our family dance was definitely entertaining. Arms a swinging, ...
... before and after the Civil War. In fact the Savannah Cotton Exchange building was erected in 1886 with 2 million tons of cotton a year being shipped from this port. Today the wharf area caters to locals and tourist with gift shops, restaurants and a candy store that makes their own candy on premises. You can watch them make fudge, pralines, peanut brittle, saltwater toffee and more. The saltwater toffee machine was fascinating to watch.
We leave the ...