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... 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 ...
... spending some time on the water. My last stop for today takes me out to the harbor for a sunset cruise. As we head out of the harbor we have a fantastic view of the Ravenel Bridge, iconic to the area and referred to by some as the "Golden Gate of the South". The bridge really is striking, driving across the Cooper River and passing below the twin diamonds of the bridge is spectacular. We circle around to view the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point, ...
... lighthouse was completed in 1874 and replaced the original Spanish watchtower, which had been built in the early 1500s. We climbed to the top, all of 219 steps taking us 165 feet above sea level. The 360 degree view is spectacular. Also on the grounds are the watch keepers' residence, which serves as a museum of maritime archeology and shipwrecks. We observed an archeologist working on an artifact that had been recovered from an ...
... Center. Very neat!
I was getting pretty tired so I headed back to the car and back towards Charleston. The sun was finally coming out as I was leaving the island and I was wishing it had been out when I was walking on the beach but when you travel, you just go with the flow!
It's Easter Sunday so I am hoping to find somewhere other than McDonalds to eat dinner!
... driver as we all drove downtown in the Sachmobile. Charleston is a cool laid back city. Seemed like the people there were either super rich or super poor. We wandered the streets and checked out the city market, where you can watch locals weave baskets. Today being September 11th the flags outside the custom and excise building were flying at half mast, and people had written messages of sympathy on the pavement.