Econo Lodge Beaufort
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... on us, from everywhere. It's one of the most bizarre and truly frightening things I have ever seen. There's a horror movie in there somewhere.
Naturally, we needed more of this. Taking a right down a random dirt road we found an abandoned trailer among the bug infested trees with two m***********s blown out, spilling with pink velvet couches, rugs, boots, bottles, sinks, and toys - a big wheel, jewelry box, scary dolls. Still left inside ...
... valuable Sea Island cotton. This fueled the
unions wealth and gave them the upper hand. Newly freed slaves enlisted and became part of the First, Second and Third South Carolina Regiments USA.
The Federal's Plan was to blockade the southern ports and establish a foothold on the surrounding Sea Islands. The Union Army would island hop up the coast and lay siege to Charleston. Their plan was a success.
In February of ...
... one night) - just a small block of green grass and trees. Then it was back to the room, had a bath in the footed tub (big enough for two) and then reading until bed.
Sunday 7/7 Had a fabulous breakfast in the cafe at the hotel - delicious almond french toast, and good grits. Hated to leave, even thought briefly about staying another ...
... sand, and water. The kid can't go a minute without making up a game or talking about games. I kissed him last night and his response was, "that did me 1 damage, I can take 20 damage."
(Mandy's input: The ocean here is OUTSTANDING! The sand is soft, there are tons of shells, it's really clean, and the weather was perfect today. We are definitely not pining for the grey, low 60-degree days we left behind in Minnesota!)
... an emphasis on tourism, with its boutiques and eateries, much classier than Myrtle Beach, but not as prosperous.
Traveling from Charleston we make our way to another historic town, Beaufort, SC. Passing through Beaufort we head directly to the stunning Hunting Island State Park. This is reputed to be South Carolina's most popular park and I can see why.
Located on a barrier type of island, the Atlantic pounds the shore while ...