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... is marked by this. It is an inescapable truth.
The rice fields north of Charleston and then the cotton plantations made this place and its eminent families their fortunes. That money is everywhere. Charleston is a rich town and it was built on the backs of the slaves.
But post-civil war, when slavery was abolished and they all became free men and women, many chose to settle and their influence is ...
... caramels, sugared pecans and benne wafers. I'd go back to Charleston just to go on this tour alone! We stopped in a few culinary stores along the way, Cooks! being my favorite with a kitchen gadget area, cookbooks, gourmet ingredients and a full demonstration kitchen where they hold cooking classes. Did I mention that there's a certain warmth growing in my heart for this town?
In my book there's no better way to wrap up a day (ok, or begin ...
... where cars, pedicabs and horse drawn tour wagons co-exist. I don’t think I would want to live here, but it was interesting to visit. Then back to our hotel to wait for the arrival of our guest of honor.
The evening with Max was a hoot. He played with Beamer like they were old friends. He got a meal and a bath and he finally fell asleep at 8:30. Lots of fun. Made for a good night’s sleep. ...
... for the night, a delightful drowsy feeling began to fall upon me like a warm blanket on a cold night. Apparently, too many Firefly vodka samples in his belly makes David a very sleepy boy. . .
Since we return to Montgomery early in the morning so I may attend an important client meeting, this will be the last entry for this trip. I hope y’all have enjoyed reading this blog as much as I have enjoyed writing it.
Until our next ...
... we wandered through before
ours thoughts of food got the better of us and we headed for some
Italian food- and some live music- before finishing off our day,
On our last day in Charleston, we
headed straight to the park to make the most of the glorious
sunshine. The temperature was warm enough that even in late November
Lizzie still managed to get a little bit sunburnt! Having turned red
enough, we took the ferry to Fort ...