17 Hundred 90 Inn
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... hunt for cemeteries, plantations, fried foods, certainly some surprises, and maybe some ghosts. I have not been to this part of the world and wanted to explore its gritty side. And who better to explore grit with than my dear friend Leslie who will do anything for a new experience and a good photo opp?
Although there's no border control or passport check, the Deep South seems as foreign to me as any country thousands of ...
We caught the I-95 and began our trek. The weather was warm and a bit humid but it was quite cloudy. The forecast did not call for any rain. As we traveled north we began to see billboards (what else is new) advertising Florida fruit. One sign had 'Ice Cold Peach Cider’ advertised and for some reason it really sounded good. Cheryl called ahead to see if they had RV parking and the lady said that there was, but there were a lot of cars in ...
... brown that looked purple and lovely warm peach.
Im looking for a grocery store and ask for directions to where Ive been told to go - the local (a woman about my age) says 'you don't want to go walkin there - are you with me?' yes says I ok Ill go to the upscale boutique grocery store that 'all the locals go there' to search for pecans -- sorry gang so far none to be found but I do succumb to 'pimento cheese" - it's popular here!
... area, as well as local events and history.
We then drove to The Crab Shack on the recommendation of Mike Lynch. We think we found the right one (there are two on the island). Regardless, the food and service were very good. Shirley had one of their lunch specials – clam chowder and deviled crab. I had their low country boil – boiled shrimp, corn on the cob, potatoes, and sausage. Mighty ...
... is an old cobblestone road that is littered with century old buildings. They used to be cotton factories, but now the entire street has been converted into boutiques, pubs, restraunts etc.
The entire town feels very southern, and the "southern hospitality" is certainly abundant. Everyone was incredibly nice, saying "hello y'all how are you today" etc.
Gus and I just returned from a distillery and dinner. Great craft beers that are 5.5% ...