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Another beautiful, hot, humid day...had a nice breakfast and then we were off to Folly Beach first which is on James Island.....across large marsh flats full of white egrets, and Boardwalk piers that connect private homes to their boats. We parked and walked to the Fishing Pier for a look and found the local fishermen watching the construction people replace some of the piers pilings...no fish tho. Then on to Johns Island and Fresh Fields ...
... 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 - ...
... were at best average. Marc looked a little sad.
Back at our frog\bug infested camp we all did some laundry. So a pretty low key day, I actually feel bad making you read this. I was nodding off a bit while i was writing it, so god knows what reading it was like. If you have persevered and made it this far, then i say thank you and i promise to do more exciting things tomorrow.
Until then i love you byyeeeeee.
... that evening by Max to an excellent pork rib BBQ with salad etc and lots of good cheer, also joined by Graham, another Kiwi, a partner in a similar farm operation to ours about 20 miles to the north of us. That group of 3 farms is older established and doing well, and is a good support and example for Max and our place. There is a lot of cooperation between the farms.
Monday 29th and we headed onward to the east with Charleston our next stop. The trip ...
... is framed by the massive two-century year old oak trees formed in two lines which you drive up to reach the plantation. The Spanish moss-draped trees would have some stories to tell! The actually plantation itself is one of America's oldest working planations know for its indigo, cotton, pecans and now various vegetables. Lets not forget the many movies and tv shows that have been filmed here including The Notebook! Remember the scene where there is the lake with the ...