North Charleston Inn
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... and actually show up. Ha! We'll see... Picking up where I left of... The Dolphins did indeed show up! We saw 5 of them (but couldn't get a decent picture). Spent quite a while watching , then took a last stroll on the beach before going to a restaurant for a late evening ...
... for a while now and were growing tired of wearing pants. Shorts weather seems right down the road! Sheree had never seen live Spanish moss. She is familiar with it in plastic bags in craft stores but that stuff is gray, dry and brittle. Live Spanish moss is soft and light green/gray and lovely. We are waiting for the places like we have seen in postcards where it is thick and long hanging from every branch. Today was sparse, but at least we are starting to ...
... year round and one of the only places I know in the US that has a hot Christmas! Y'all was the favourite phrase of Charleston and was said with everything!! The people were truly delightful. Trace had tried the Chowder in Boston so I tried some southern food, which were, fried green tomatoes and hush puppies which were both interesting!! I think we will both be back to this area and providing the driving from Kentucky today goes ...
... of the Draytons and owned still by the same family. Both places had huge live oaks, so called because they are green all year, absolutely dripping with Spanish moss- it looks so cool, especially when close to the water.The land that remains at Magnolia has many swamps full of alligators, lots of birds and a grand mansion, built in the late 1800's. And huge cyprus trees growing right on the water's edge with "knees" (extra roots) growing up into ...
... I left the ocean with a heavy heart and made our way back home. As we crossed into Virginia, my heart sang, the mountains were warmly greeting me. The duality of my soul finds great solace in the sea and the mountains.
This is a trip for the memory book. History – Food – Friendship. But most importantly this trip allowed me to rediscover things about myself. I learned that I am capable of traveling well with an appropriate travel ...