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... like id been to north Carolina!I got on the train to a place called wilson where i was to be changing trains. I met a girl on the train called Victoria? Vanessa? Who was like into the whole finding a boyfriend playin world of warcraft sort of role play ****. She was weird but pretty nice, and was going to Charleston SC too, so it gave me someone to talk to for a bit.
I had 4 hours to kill before i got on ...
... and the turtles and birds. Had a really nice lunch there at their restaurant and sadly headed off for Myrtle Beach.
What did I learn:
- That the best thing in life is when I am in the flow, when I am asking for higher guidance, following my intuition and just following the clues and suggestions.
- I have often wondered what would get me to move to a certain location, and now I understand how people fall ...
Yesterday we went to see Fort Sumter where the first shot of the Civil War took place. We had to take a ferry out to the fort as it is on a little island in the Charleston Bay. It was used during the Civil War and the Spanish-American War. After we got back from there we toured the USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier which is docked ...
... a cab back to the hotel - we wanted to be sensible so we could wander about tomorrow.
We walked in to town the next day, zig sagging our way through the town and its neighbourhoods. We walked around for quite a while, I think we have a million photos of other people's houses!!! We managed to get all the way down to the waterfront, when the heavens opened. As luck would have it, there was a shining beacon behind us not 50 meters in the form of ...
This is a reprint of an article that appeared in the Moultrie News on Tues., June 22, 2010. A new traveling exhibition that started at the Gibbes Museum in Charleston will be opening at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art from June 23 through November 28."Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art" details the African people's contribution of their art form: sweetgrass basket making.The exhibition ...