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 ...
... three bedroom house in the country. We walked around to the back deck and were greeted by the biggest damn spider I have seen since I was in my 20's in the Florida everglades. Now, you all know I am NOT a high maintenance kind of girl, I love the woods, and I'm not afraid of bugs and such. But this spider gave me the creeps! So we walked around to the front of the house, and there was another one in front of the house! Ewwwww......... We walked into the screened in porch ...
We got home about 9:30 and said good bye to Chris. He had to get back since he had class in the morning.
Next morning we woke to more ugly sky and intermittent rain as we packed up to leave and head for Charleston. We got on the on the road about 9am. and about an hour into the trip we hit heavy rain. It rained pretty much the whole drive which for anyone who has driven in the rain towing a fifth wheel is pretty stressful. But we managed and as we got ...
... like raspberries, and the Peach like nothing but freshly picked peaches. They even make after dinner liquers that taste like desserts, and the banana pudding liquer we tasted was so spot on, you could even pick out the vanilla wafer flavor within.
Basically, if Willie Wonka owned a vodka distillery, it would be Firefly. Unfortunately, there was no Mr. Slugworth tempting me to steal the vodka recipe for him, so no one gave me a key to ...
... porch is slowly settling at a rate faster than the rest of the
house. A lady is excavating the columns and has discovered that one
side of the house has 6 rows of bricks and the other has only 5. We
were able to watch her digging and also another lady adding new mortar
in the back of the home. The home has no running water or electricity,
other than a few safety boxes added in the narrow interior stairwell ...