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... South Carolina. A town with endless tales of revolutionary war and amazing pre-civil war homes with lots of stories to tell. It's amazing to know that a city like Beaufort exists in America today. The architectural societies need to be applauded for saving so much of the history here. We loaded up on a wagon with Jake the horse at the lead and we click, clacked for close to two hours through the historic town ...
... was no longer part of the Union, the Order of Secession was signed. This news quickly travelled to the outlying Sea Islands and it became clear change would come to Edisto. It was Christmas and grand plantation homes were being decorated; everyone tried to continue as normal. Short lived. By February 1861 others states followed South Carolina's lead, and by April, War was inevitable as tensions ran rapid between the federal government and ...
... better than that!). At around 11 pm the raccoon arrived and cleaned the oatmeal cookie box for us, by 7 am the local cat came to see if the raccoon left a morsel for him. And this morning a pair of cardinals cleaned up the crumbs. There is much to see from the confines of this little woody!
ALS comment to camping neighbor: I will not give up a day to this disease. (The whole thing is you are living with ALS not dying from ALS.)
... the same as camping out at the ocean's edge.
Our “work” here is nothing if not
just a way of passing our days here. We walk through the thirty-one
campsites we care for each day, making sure they are neat and ready
for the next group of campers. On the weekends the campground is
full, so then we don our vests, walk the dogs, bike ride the trails
and make small talk with all the interesting people who, in all
truth, are ...
... gone through the Civil War. The Union Forces breeched the southeast wall with their superior weapons fired from emplacements on Tybee Island, over a mile away. This breach destroyed the roof of the powder magazine, which contained over forty thousand pounds of black powder. The Colonel in command of the Fort wisely surrendered and thus saved the lives of his troops. There were up to seven ...