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... emotions; most laugh but the older people don't find it too funny.. Their loss. Just before the border of South Carolina we spot a miniature Vegas on the left side of the freeway! Bright lights, signs for fireworks, Tamales, miniature golf, bars If only we passed by it earlier we could have enjoyed the festivities of Dillion County, we will be back one day! We are excited to see what SC is all about, hopefully they can handle the Shimmy and Sama Show. God help ...
... we unloaded luggage and went to the "Piggly Wiggly" for groceries. You know, the kind of grocery store that you only find deep in the rural backwoods where ************e lives and even fewer go to the grocery store. Yup. Groceries back at the house, lunch eaten, still trying to make this work, we took a drive to Edisto Beach where we expect to be spending several days at the Beach. Uh, let's just say completely underwhelmed with the beach.
Not trying to make it work ...
We adore Charleston. While several people comment that it reminds them of New Orleans, you have to remember Charleston came first. We took a carriage ride through town and learned that practically every building has a story behind it. In the old days residents didn't like the look of brick buildings so they stuccoed the front of their homes to make them look more affluent. The funny thing is the whole ...
... so the same bush can continue to produce leaves for literally hundreds of years. With the time between cutting the leaves in the fields, processing, boxing and shipping them to stores taking only about 20 hours from start to finish, it sure looked like a cash rich operation to me, especially since there were several hundred thousand tea bushes on the property.
It was finally time to draw our vacation to a close, and as Michelle drove us ...
... place. Be sure to stop at the African-American Cemetery
on your way out.
Renee and I had a delicious lunch at Middleton Place. They serve you 3
courses for a fixed price of $18.95, which is a pretty great deal with
the options they have. Renee had Charleston She Crab Soup, Shrimp and
Grits and Huguenot Torte. I had the Field Greens Salad with fruit,
Pulled Pork and Key Lime Pie. Renee said all her food ...