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... what a fun, and surprisingly doesn't hurt your butt! The water is cold and refreshing.
Just a few miles down that river we stop at the Looking Glass Fall.
Soon we enter South Carolina, and a few hours more of a drive gets us to Charleston.
... center for our 90 minute tour. We wove through the narrow streets while he talked non-stop about the various homes, businesses and areas we were passing. We also drove through Citadel, a military college in Charleston. Because school was out for the year, we didn't see any activity, but he explained that during the school year there is much activity on the parade ground. On display there were military equipment such as airplanes, tanks and cannons. The cannons ...
... sub and a Yuengling was tasty and the ambience of the sidewalk café in the midst of boutique shops was romantic like Montreal or Seattle.
Back to Charleston we go on Sunday to take a historic tour of the city on Gray Line Tours. I chose this tour because I knew we would be comfortable because they are small van buses with nice seats and lots of leg room for John. He is not crazy about organized tours so he is being good ...
... here and the Appalachicola National Forest and Tate's Hell State Forest surround the area. It's quite unique. Most unique is that it has managed to stay quaint on the coast. Appalachicola is just down the road and we enjoyed exploring there, as well. Oyster capitol of the world. Peter and Helen were busy putting finishing touches on their newest project- a renovated vacation home right there in Carrabelle. A real historical beauty. If you want a great little getaway vacation, ...
... in 1947. Fort Moultrie is named for William Moultrie, who commanded the fort during the attempted British invasion in 1776.
Fort Sumter National Monument, Charleston, South Carolina. This is the site where the first shot of the American Civil War was fired on April 12, 1861. Construction of Fort Sumter began in 1829 as one of a series of coastal fortifications built by the United States after the War of 1812. On December ...