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Matt’s a bit of a fan of “Southern Charm”, a rather terrible reality show following the lives of privileged Charleston-ites. So before dinner we did a bit of “stalking” past one of the main houses in the hopes of seeing a cast member… No luck! But the house was pretty amazing! We had a late dinner at “The Grocery” - a really cool restaurant in an old grocery store but the food was really disappointing. We ...
... of Fort Sumter opened on 12 April 1861, when Confederate artillery fired on the Union garrison. These were the first shots of the war, and continued all day, watched by many civilians in a celebratory spirit. The fort had been cut off from its supply-line, and surrendered the next day. The Second Battle of Fort Sumter (8 September 1863) was a failed attempt by the Union to re-take the fort, dogged by rivalry between army and navy commanders. Although the fort ...
... which are quite delicious. I also got some carved soapstone turtles for my Wyoming Wild Women friends. Larry and I had some ice cream from Kilwin's for lunch. I had New Orleans Praline Pecan and Larry had Charleston Mud. We checked out all the shops on the streets opposite the market on both sides. We went in to the Moonpie General Store and Larry got a Vanilla Moonpie and I got a chocolate one, big surprise! We met the bus as ...
... wedding itself because only professional photography was allowed at the wedding, but you get the idea from the other pictures here that we are together and happy. I also missed getting pictures of some family members - so disappointed about that- but I just got caught up in the visiting and forgot. The wedding was lovely- outdoors and weather was great. A beautiful setting. A heartfelt ceremony. And a rollicking good time afterward. Great food. Music was fantastic. A night to ...
... American Patriots turned the war against British General Cornwallis. After losing battles at Kings Mountain and Cowpens, Cornwallis faced a resurgent Continental Army under the command of General Nathanael Greene. When Cornwallis retreated toward the coast, Greene set out to reduce the chain of backcountry posts held by the British. The hamlet named Ninety Six, a political and economic center in the South Carolina backcountry, was ...