Pirates in Little River?
On Sunday (February 10), Mama and me made it down to Brookgreen gardens to see the much anticipated Silent Cities Tour. The tour is described as: Walk through former slaves and plantation owners’ graveyards and hear about the historical burial customs of European and African origin. It was actually a very cool little trip, andContinue reading “Silent Cities at Brookgreen Gardens”
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A collection of images from our recent roadtrip to Wilmington, NC.
This weekend, I visited the Charleston Museum with my sister to check out their exhibit, “Foundations of Fashion: Two Centuries of Undergarments and Beauty Aids.” It was an interesting exhibit, despite its tiny size & bad location on the first floor under the stairs. Elizabeth (my sister) suggested the trip, and after our museum tourContinue reading “Charleston Visit”
Yesterday, I took an afternoon fieldtrip to Alligator Adventure with my mom & cousin–Kalliemarie. It was hot, hot, hot but we had a lot of fun as we melted. They have 800 alligators that range in size from babies to huge 13′ adults that weigh 500-600 lbs, UTAN the 20′ “King of the Crocs,” andContinue reading “Alligator Adventure”
This past Saturday, we went to the NC Watermelon Festival in Fairbluff, NC. The day was rainy, so many of the pictures are gray. All-in-all we had a really fun day. My favorite part of the festival was the parade. It began with all of the emergency vehicles of Fairbluff, followed by 15 tractors ofContinue reading “NC Watermelon Festival II”
Q: What is the only thing that makes the hot, humid weather of Carolina in July/August worthwhile? A: Ice-Cold Watermelon. That’s why this Saturday, I’m heading out to Fairbluff, NC–Home of the NC Watermelon Festival & My Aunt Tootsie. The event began in 1986 as a spin-off of a watermelon contest between two competitive friends-MonroeContinue reading “NC Watermelon Festival I”