Days Inn Ridgeland
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... of time talking with us and then gave us lots of ideas of things to see and do on this cold wintry day. She was painting with acrylics but Jerry asked her about painting with oils and she gave him some good information about drying times. I didn't realize that sometimes it can take an oil painting a year to cure before the varnish can be added.
At her suggestion we headed for Hunting Island to see the Lighthouse there. As we traveled along we ...
... next stop was the gas station. We didn't fill up the car in Latta thinking that it would tow more easily and cheaper with an empty tank. We couldn't find a Hess station so we ended up stopping somewhere that had gas for $1.91 - cash, not card - the sign was a little misleading.
We then headed back to the RV with a stop by the Old Sheldon Church Ruins. We got turned around somehow and ended up taking a turn that led us straight to a ...
... and Klaas went to find a trolley tour and Wouter and I walked down Bull to Bryan St, then turned left to the City Market area which was touristy...lots of bars and tacky souvenir shops....lots of people though and a couple of good buskers playing Jimmy Buffet. We then walked down some very steep stairs to the arrived Walk which used to be the Cotton Warehouse area.....more tacky bars and shops....also a large ...
... clothing, scarves, shoes, jewelry..funky
little store. Anyhow, I tried on a few things..found a top I really liked, it
had a rather large button hanging loose on it and it was the only one she had
so she said she would discount it. When I went to pay for it, she put it in the
bag and handed it to me and said she was giving it to me. I told her, she
shouldn’t do that, there was no reason to, she insisted and said she gives
something away every day and ...
... New World.
Mrs Henry and I are currently encamped in the grounds of a former plantation, guided to our site by Joe, who is an African-American in his fifties. I do not dare ask Joe how he feels about working on a former plantation. It is Joe who drives the tractor pulling the cart filled with white campers to have a look at the plantation house, which is not of Gone with the Wind proportions (in fact, it is smallish, which is typical for plantation houses in ...