SpringHill Suites Charleston North/Ashley Phosphate
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... belt this afternoon. He forgot to put the tailgate on the truck down as he was driving out from under the trailer after unhooking. Lucky Again! We had Some minor scratches on the plastic thing that's attached to the top of the tailgate part of the bed liner.... It could have been much worse.
Tomorrow we plan to spend with Ed's parents and niece and do some much needed shopping, so our next update will be Tuesday evening after we arrive in Gainesville.
... the site that the southern insurgents saw as they looked out over their firing canons at the Union fort in their harbor.
The Battery area was at the southern tip of the city and was our point of return back thru the city. The return trip would be thru a residential section of the city that house homes from before and after the Civil war. The homes, unlike the large palatial mansions of Newport, were large family homes of the rich and famous of 19th ...
... I have seen on TV how that works. Anyway, the reason we were hiking to the Ashley RIver because supposedly this is where dolphins come at low tide to "strand fish." This is a technique not done in many places where the dolphin work together to sort of corral the fish into the river and chase them until they jump out of the water onto the bank of the river, where the dolphin then proceed to jump out of the water and eat them and jump back in the water. ...
... laid out with antiques from the Antebellum period. We weren't able to take photos, but trust me it was really special. We also checked out Slave Street an area on the plantation where a number of the original slave quarters are still standing. There were some really interesting displays on the slave trade and fight for civil rights for the African / Americans.
From there we went into downtown Charlestown on ...
Obviously because of limited time we weren't able to see everything but we did enjoy a short film explaining the history of the plantation, as well as a walk around the gardens and along the Ashley River, and a tour of the house (no photos allowed of the inside).