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We decided on Middleton as the plantation we would see for a number of reasons such as they are non profit and don't dwell on the slavery. The plantations main crop was rice. It was so peaceful and quiet as we wandered the acres and the breeze blew in from the Ashley river. Middleton is more of a natural environment than manicured gardens. we spotted a few small alligators. Kim tried to tell me they were ...
... half an hour to get there. The weather was awesome and the beach wasn't really crowded because it was still morning. The tide was really low, so the beach was quite wide. We just layed down and chilled there. The beach was quite empty and we had a really relaxed noon.
when we got hungry we just got into the restaurant on the nice pier, the Locklear's Beach City Grill. The food was really good! The atmosphere was great, having lunch with a great view over the ocean ...
... ride through town and got some learnin done. Do
you know why there are 2 sets of stairs leading into homes and churches
etc?? It's because ladies could not show their ankles and lifting
their hoop skirts to go up the stairs would expose them. It was OK to
show cleavage, but no ankles. So the men used one set, the ladies the
other. I also learned that a balcony with the door closed meant there
was nudity there ...
... beers and oysters. The place was happening but most people inside were there for drinks and not dinner at this early hour. The food was above average and gets the nod of approval for having fresh seafood, cheap drinks and good atmosphere. The oysters were again from Louisiana, which I was told, is where oysters grow wildly and easily. The oysters used for the fried oysters were farmed raised. And the clams in the Vongole were just ...
... Mt. Pleasant. What a beautiful drive down the main road to the main house. The Avenue of Oaks was breathtaking with the long branches arching the road and the Spanish moss overhanging. It was more than I could hope for. We took a tour of the house (4th one to stand on that spot- this one from the 1930s) but had furniture of the 1800s. The tour guide was really good, a local who told us funny little southern tidbits of info. Next we took the tram tour of the land. Lots of ...
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