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... Palisade Wall ran. The dirt is a different color where the original wooden posts stood due to the decay of the material over time. Very interesting! The trail winds past some beautiful oak trees, gardens and ponds. There weren't any alligators out but I did see a few birds and some turtles! The park also has several picnic areas and restrooms so a great place to eat your lunch and do some walking!
My last stop ...
... continental Europe, West Africa and Asia.
While most of his profits came from the exportation of staples, such as Carolina Gold rice, indigo, tobacco and cotton, Russell handled a broad range of imported goods. He also participated in the African slave trade both before and after the American Revolution.
In 1788 Russell married Sarah Hopton (1752-1832), daughter of one of Charleston’s wealthiest pre-Revolutionary era ...
... the buildings were fascinating; roofs with cannon balls lodged in them from the Siege of Charles Towne in 1780, homes that held parties in 1860 when South Carolina seceded from the Union, Inns were Presidents tied their horses for the night and on and on. We went to St. Michael’s Church, the oldest religious structure in Charleston, where such men as George Washington and Robert. E. Lee worshiped. We strolled through numerous graveyards ...
... of what life would have been like.
Needing to stock up on groceries we completed the day by heading to a supermarket complex near Mount Pleasant. This gave us an opportunity to travel over the impressive Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge which spans the Cooper River. It opened on July 16, 2005 and is a cable-stayed bridge with two diamond shaped supports. It has eight lanes, four each way, and also includes a 12 foot wide lane for pedestrians and ...
... at the dam , and of course Erin was ecstatic at the sight of such a huge earth dam with concrete spillways. Our destination for the day being an overnight stop in a little town in Louisville, Georgia, to visit the farm that Erin & David have an interest in at Bartow. A late afternoon visit to the farm and to watch the cows patiently waiting their turn to be milked, while standing under spray misting to help combat the heat and flies. The herd is ...
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