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... foot wave of beards, organic food, retro furnishings and wallpaper-esque clothing plowing through town and then sticking to various establishments. These buildings then morph into chic and cool bars and shops (if not a Starbucks) The premises have convenient patches of rendering missing, thus exposing stylish bricks underneath etc. You know the decor. At night, the rooftop bars flourish and the ...
... people in the world stayed at his park. We smiled and bid him farewell. He waved again as we passed by his house on our way out. See you next time, Bill.
We got on the 17 north again and before we knew it we were crossing the Talmadge Memorial Bridge above Old Savannah. That’s the one in our pictures from yesterday. It sure provided a great view of the surrounding area.
We crossed one more short bridge and left Georgia. ...
... single" houses have narrow street frontages with the front door giving into a porch running South/West to catch the breeze. There are some enormous houses owned by the plantation owners, very small gardens, all their land being back on the plantation, but very deep. What they wanted most was to be cool and to catch any breeze off the rivers. Our trip actually lasted about two hours and was fascinating, you could spend days walking ...
... today is the third building that occupied the grounds. The first dwelling burned to the ground after a lightning strike, whilst the second premises was torched by Union Soldiers during the Civil War. The third residence built in the 19th Century still stands.
The family had made its vast wealth through the cultivation of rice. The site was occupied by both British and Revolutionary Forces during the War of Independence. Can ...
... managed to identify some of the constellations with some assistance from the Internet!
Edisto means different things to different people. For me it is zen-like. As you drive down to the island you feel you are experiencing time travel, going back to a simpler, softer, quieter time. The further you are from the city and the traffic the more mystical it seems. I have never seen so many grand ...