The Cottages on Charleston Harbor
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- Outdoor pool
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Toured this area attraction, this afternoon. A lot of history seems to come to life at this working plantation, established in 1681. The 10,000 square foot mansion was beautiful. We were allowed to tour the first floor only, since the upper two floor are still used by the family which owns the property. It is still a private residence. However the family has opened their estate ...
... on the port side and the Ravenel Bridge off the bow of the boat, we're right where "the Ashley and Cooper Rivers come together to form the Atlantic Ocean".
Charleston is a proud city, beyond rich in history and steeped in charm and friendliness. One day trip as a "tourist" and I'm quickly falling head over heels in love with this town. What's up next? Another day trip to explore the natural offerings of the area, walking trails, beaches and paddle ...
Today was our day of visiting plantation houses in the area. We started with the Hopsewee Plantation circa 1740. One of the oldest preserved plantations open to the public in the United States.
First lived in by Thomas Lynch, Sr., an early leader in the American Revolution, both he and his son, Thomas Lynch, Jr., were South Carolina delegates to the second continental congress. Thomas Lynch, Jr signed the Declaration of Independence making Hopsewee Plantation ...
... And even further on, a big alligator pulled out on a small sandbar with another one of those black birds standing near it and then a smaller alligator in the water. A little kid was hoping the alligator would try to eat the bird, but it did not!
On my way back, I was lucky to come across some other people who had spotted an alligator resting on the grass. As we were taking pictures of him, another alligator came swimming along and pulled himself ...
... trusty navigator, and against all odds, we found the place. Now, a 9/16" reverse threaded bolt in the design that Graeme needed is not a common off the shelf item, so we all traipsed expectantly into the business, merely to see the expression on Graeme's face when he found his treasure. Alas, all we saw was disappointment when he was told that they had no such bolt in stock. But, disappointment turned to hope for poor Graeme when he was told that there was ...