Rice Hope Plantation
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... the USS Yorktown. A well laid out walking tour, they traversed every inch. Since I was not there I have borrowed a few facts. They said it was "incredible".
The USS YORKTOWN (CV-10) was the tenth aircraft carrier to serve in the United States Navy. "Under construction as BON HOMME RICHARD, this new Essex-class carrier was renamed YORKTOWN in honor of YORKTOWN (CV-5), sunk at the epic Battle of Midway (June 1942). Built in an amazing ...
... have changed. We always had an emergency plan, thankful it was never put in place. We have "email" and if you know someone is arriving.....you watch after all, you are a mother, a grandmother, it is your role to watch and wait for news...... If anyone gets lost coming here, the experience will be worth the story, trust me because we are in a beautiful place that embraces anyone who wants to truly get away and just enjoy! It is ...
... lost their lives. The quiet and somber moment extends perfectly into a phenomenal sunset, couples are holding each other, there are two sisters resting their heads against each other and grandmother and grandson quietly enjoying the grandeur of this golden moment. It hits me, I love where I live. It's the first time I've felt this so strongly since I've relocated to South Carolina. We turn back towards Charleston Harbor, I can see the Ashley ...
... to consuming.
Next morning we had one last dip in the pool before heading to our next location, Savannah. While in the pool, Jens heard Danish spoken. He struck up a conversation with a lady and her son. We learned that the family were travelling in a Cruise America RV, just as Jens (and Rita) had done in the spring of 2013.
Our next destination was Savannah but en route decided to head for nearby Tybee island. The ...
... even on a dreary day.
I started off at the Visitor Center. I find this to be a great place to park and make as your base for exploring Charleston. Parking is not free, but is a maximum of $16 per day and all other parking areas seem to be similarly priced. Plus you are then where the free trolleys all stop and there are restrooms and people to help you plan your day. I asked about indoor activities and the lady gave me a ...