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... not a good choice but little did we know when we pid the very steep entance fee of $28/adult. Luckily wegot the boys in forstudent price but the visit for us as a family was clse to $100. For this price wecould go on three different tour of which only one held any interest to us and that was the one referring to slaves. Jim, a man in his mid to ate 60 we think, was our guide and he spoke clearly and quite slwly making him easy to understand. The group gathered ...
Today was a beach day, ALL day long!
We got an early start, headed for Kiawah Island. Even with an hours drive, stopping at the gas station and the grocery store, we still arrived at 10:30am to Beachwalker County Park.
A little background.....I have wanted to go to Kiawah for many,many years, ever since I was in my early twenties, working for a travel agency, and the whole company flew to Charleston for a weekend at Kiawah. It was ...
... the streets, had lunch at bubba gump! Then walked along the waterside. Later in the evening some of us took a ghost tour of Charleston which was really fun, we walked through graveyards and the leader told ghost story's about past things that have happened and there was this one crazy lady from Tennessee ...
... and probably very sweaty. I think it would be a very scary place to be in war time as ships had missiles which opened in 1/2 and released a torpedo attached to a parachute which would fall into the water gently and drift down to the submarine and sink it. The Americans joined World War II because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour and sunk a lot of American ships. Some interesting facts we learnt were 1. The ...
... 1/4 cup sugar and sprinkle with cinnamon. Set aside for a few minutes. Strain off the excess juice.
1 3/4 cup self-rising flour
1 1/2 cup sugar
1 cup of milk
1 extra large egg (BEAT WELL)
Mix well and pour onto bottom of well greased 9" x 13" metal pan. Arrange the peaches on top of the batter evenly. Sprinkle topping evenly over the top. Bake 350 degrees for 70 ...