Masters Inn Charleston North
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After a nice breakfast of toast, muffins and yogurt we set out for Dayton Hall Plantation in West Ashley...it's a plantation thAt dates from the late 1700s and is still in an original state...it was given to the National Trust in the 1970s and it has been stabilized but not restored....interesting but not awesome. The owners are the same family that owned Magnolia Plantation. The grounds are pretty with oaks and Magnolias covered with Spanish Moss and the Ashley ...
... THANKS Jud- then present exchanges, photos and lots of wine. Bruce - IHOP for breakfast. Drove into Charleston but forgot phone/camera so could get picture of the Hunley repro at the museum. Off to Sullivan Island early afternoon and a late lunch on a beautiful porch at Gillian's of the Isle of Palms road. 6 raw oysters and a dozen small hush puppies. Back in time to enjoy Jamie's BBQ pork, red potatoes and corn on the cob. Sunday: Kath - ...
... a great little bakery where M&L scoffed down a couple of huge slices of chocolate cake, myself and Les who are of course super health freaks (Our body's are our temple's) opted to only have a small single chocolate each.
Finished the day with a couple of beers in a sports bar where the Marshmeiers thrashed the Sachs at darts. I believe we have identified their weakness for all bar related activities. Dinner was had ...
... ok having recently enduring a steep learning curve of a new grade of finely ground wheat grain feed which the cows did not adapt to very well. That is behind us now, and things are going well, our young manager Max managing a team of 5 'Hispanics' very well with his ability to speak their Spanish lingo, albeit the agricultural rather than academic variety!
He has a good team spirit going, and the rapport with the Mexicans seems great.
... tourists doing the exact same! I daydreamed looking up at the porches, or piazzas, and soaked in the sunshine. Perfect afternoon.
My last morning in Charleston dawned a lovely sunny day where Laura kindly offered to take me with her to Boone Hall Plantation. This plantation started in 1681 and has passed through a few families each adding their own unique history to the place. The current building is the fourth mansion (two going to fire and the last torn down in ...