Super 8 Port Royal/Beaufort
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... and we are full. The good 'ol US of A serves way too much food. The Swig and Swine was just this side of Charleston. It was pouring rain on our way home and we all curled up with our books when we got inside. Carrie fell asleep and in her dreams imagined someone on our porch knocking at the window; she also thought she had a conversation with Tony about the people next door and before she could reveal much else during her nightmares, it was decided they would ...
... At the end of this road lies the ruins of Grimball House. Grimball House was the home of Paul Grimball who in the 1680's received a grant of 1290 acres of land. He and his family were the first documented white settlers on the island. The tabby/ stuccoed house was built about 1682 but unfortunately in 1686 the house was occupied, sacked and possibly burned by the Spanish on a raid up the North Edisto River. The remains consist of a 12 ...
... but wouldn't you know - it was closed for the day. Someone later told us it was probably because of the cold. We decided to just stroll down the street of Beaufort and our first stop was the Mary Tibault Art Gallery. Wow - she is really good and had some art that would fit right in at the river. Although affordable it did not fit into our budget at this time. She was not there but another artist Mary Jane Martin was and was absolutely delightful! She spent ...
... Frustration. I'll try again in the morning and if that doesn't work I guess I'll call and have it put on the credit card. Argh.....
A quiet night, no television - nothing worth watching and I guess there must not be any kind of game on because Jerry isn't watching it either. We've already got the water dripping again tonight. It's 9:47 and 28 degrees with an expected low of 23. It's already 19 in Kinston though with an expected ...
... The Edisto Island Serpentarium was next on the agenda. Lots of snakes, alligators, turtles, and tortoises to gaze at and explore. Learned a few new things. Like how there are six deadly, venomous snakes found in the area. Those who have seen me since probably noticed my frequent glances at the ground. I just know there's a Coral Snake or Eastern Rattlesnake waiting to get me in its clutches. I'm quite ...