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... after all. There are several big rivers that empty into the pass to the Atlantic which produced some interesting currents to navigate. The crowning glory for the day was a trip to the "Crab Trap" restaurant on Tybee Island, for a seafood sampler dinner platter for two. Dex declared the snow crab, shrimp, Jonah crab, crawfish, mussel, sausage and corn eating fest one of the best he'd ever ...
... we were done with the church we got back on the 17 and kept going. It was a nice two-lane road and passed through a few small towns. This is more of what I like to see when traveling. It may not be as fast, but it is more enjoyable to me.
While we were on the road, Cheryl called ahead to the place we are planning to stay tomorrow and Monday, in Charleston, South Carolina. We were pretty sure we were going to be out of luck for tomorrow, but we ...
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... ma! It was…we visited Middleton Place which is one of many plantations in the South Carolina area. They claimed to be the oldest landscaped gardens in America. The plantation housed slaves throughout the seventeen and eighteen hundreds. The plantation owner was a very wealthy early colonist and his business was harvesting rice. The slaves were from western Africa which was a place that grew a lot of rice as well, making the slaves valuable assets ...
... houses in Georgian history. There was the first house to have electricity, the spot where Forest Gump sat to tell his story, as well as so many beautiful houses. We also saw the small house that is own by the Savannah Historical Society, which runs who can do what to their houses, in order to maintain the historical look.
There are a lot of squares in Savannah which have the big trees and everything, and each of them are in ...