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... the slaves developed a creolized Gullah language and culture, retaining many elements from Africa ie a combination of African dialects and English. With the end of slavery in the 1860's, so did rice growing end and the plantation reverted to nature.
The bus picks us up at the hotel - great service - and we travel through mainly suburbia to the plantation with large oak trees forming the entry. 20% of the plantation is swamp and ...
... leftovers tonight. Afterwards we took Harley for a walk to check out a bit more of the park. There is a lot of stuff here in the park including trails, a water park, conference center, cottages, primitive camping, fishing, disc golf course and much more. It looks like you could spend a lot of time here if you wanted to see and do everything.
OK, I got done early tonight so we are going to catch up with a couple of television programs and hit the sack ...
... gift shop (large).
At the conclusion of our tour we had over an hour of free time to do whatever we wanted. After visiting the gift shop, we went for a walk around the lake where the white bridge is. As we walked we saw an alligator, very small, and discovered four more white bridges. It was a peaceful and beautiful path around the lake and through the woods. We discovered a "cane break" which is a place where bamboo, a member of the cane ...
... sat at bar. Walked home.
Friday - M got up to get a ride to enterprise - M spilled coffee all over himself and car. Picked up car and brought it home to pack up. T bo cleaned the aparts! Drove around downtown Charleston and battery. Parked in garage and went to Husk for lunch. Really good. Got fried chicken skins, turkey sandwich, amazing cheese grits. We drove to Boone Plantation, they were closed so we went to Pinckney ...
Next stop Charleston, SC. We really enjoyed Charleston, so different than the other US states in terms of culture, history and scenery:. The history of the slave trade, civil war, the massive oak trees covered in Spanish Moss.....friendly people. Expenses: Campsite Lake Aire 3 nites $48.00 ...