Residence Inn Mount Pleasant
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We left NYC this morning, some with hate in their hearts others with love of the city. We didn't make it to a few monuments because of the political **** show happening with Americas government (take a pay cut you selfish idiots!) Shimmy and Sama had planned on stopping in DC but the whole thing is shut down. We soon found better things in Virginia; NASCAR Country? It was a toss up for dinner between Bojangles (home of the famous fried chicken and biscuits; lets ...
... 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.
... over the day paddocks so the cows can cool off while chewing their cuds.The heat means our NZ type rye grasses cannot survive, in spite of plenty of water, so Bermuda Grass is the preferred variety, with the better strains being "sprigged" into existing pastures of largely poor type Bermuda and Crab Grass. This works reasonably well, but demands good management to sustain the good type.
We found the cows in reasonable condition, the grass supply good, ...
... of pink, yellow, blue and green to name a few.
I started to get my taste of antebellum houses. I later found out that antebellum means pre-civil war and these houses along the Charleston water front, back in the day, bore the brunt of the Charleston seige and bombing of the city's walls. I spent a few glorious hours wandering up and down the streets, peering over fences and through gates and windows. I'm sure I looked extremely suspicious except that there were a ...
... Shem Creek and the Cooper River. Dinner was an absolute food delight from appetizers to dessert!
The wonderful aspect of camping at the James Island Park is the summer camp program. Each week they offer a variety of outdoor camps for both the campers and the residents of Charleston. Hannah and Sarah are attending the Paddle Boarding and Rock Climbing camp this ...