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... yummy. We just chilled afterwards and around seven we walked to dinner at a restaurant on the shore. The darkness en route home was peaceful with only the stars to guide us. The only noise was Robert and Tony pretending they were alligators. Silly boys.
It was a good quiet day, we embraced the sunshine, listened to music, when we laughed, well you had to be here, not much to say about today, but to be honest a great way to end. Everyone is tired, happy and content. Night now.
... Loggerheads use their powerful jaw to crush their food. They most often eat clams, jelly fish, squid, crustaceans such as crabs and spiny lobsters. Most of the nesting takes place in the evening or early morning from May through August. Darkness serves as added protection for nests as well as the hatchlings. Once a nest is laid it takes 55 to 90 days for the hatchlings to emerge.
... back to your normal routine! We miss your cheers around the table whether it was a clink of the glass or a nod of a head from around the table before we dug in to our meals together.
Tony finished his book, completing the Century trilogy. He highly recommends first, "Fall of Giants", followed by "Winter of the World", and ending with "Edge of Eternity". I must go finish my book, not quite the calibre of Tony's - "The Summer We Read ...
... It is a city of characters.
We headed out on our walking tour with a very energetic and knowledgable guide, within 1 hr the temperature started dropping and within 2 hours it was cold, windy and raining. We quickly retreated into a restaurant bar ( High Cotton) to get dry, have some great apps and our first (and best) version of a "Dark and Stormy" of the weekend. As we headed back to the hotel we ran into a large group of young people dressed like Santas ...
Down by the Riverside....... Today can be summed up with Plantation melodies. A super awesome bucket listed day....visit a working plantation in the south and hear gospel music at night in a historical church. The visit to the Boone Hall plantation was very, very good. A 10/10 or more, if I could give bonus points! Spanning four centuries this plantation is America's oldest working plantation. Once known for cotton, pecans and indigo, the cash crops are now heirloom vegetables ...