The Meeting Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... what used to go on. But they don't, they are all extremely polite, respectful people and usually a lot nicer than most. We went on a boat trip along the river and found a few herrings and alligators there too. Then to finish it off we went to see some small horses and donkeys and a zoo which was really good. Stroked a deer, Spoke to a parrot, found a turtle. (Just like being at home really ;) We went to a concert after that and it was in a field, we were ...
Well, here is a somewhat abridged version of the activities we did Wednesday, the day my computer died. I wish I could remember everything, but my mind seems to be programmed for a one day memory dump.
After we ate breakfast and were out walking Harley, we bumped into our neighbor, Jorge. He and his wife, Jaime, are camped across the street from our campsite. They and their two kids and four dogs are on the road from Florida to North Carolina. They are ...
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We eat lunch at the Blind Tiger Pub on Broad Street. My Fried Green tomato BLT is really good. After lunch we drive over the Ravenel Bridge, the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America, to Patriot's Point in Mount Pleasant. The bridge was built in 2005 and the land under the bridge has been developed into a large, well maintained park and pier. We have not been "rained out" of sightseeing. ...
... us that there are vast differences. The East can never get back what the west has. "Wilderness is a resource which can shrink but not grow." -Aldo Leopold. We hope the west can hold on to those wide open spaces long enough for our children and grandchildren to spend some time there. We hope. So, Party on people! We hit Baton Rouge where we were reunited with our good friends Nancy and BJ - neighbors from our mountain home in NC. They have a house in both places, so we were happy ...
... caused Tony to head to the computer to reserve. I will obviously be talking about how wild it is later.
Off to the concert "the Jerry Garcia Band" with Melvin Seals, the original Hammond Organ player for Garcia. He apparently was awesome. Oh the stories he could tell. They arrived home around two, driving slowly due to the wildlife travelling at night. They saw five deer, two possums. I wonder how many more there were. Lights went out ...