in time to the pre/post Civil War days.
Too much history to include here.
It was enlightening to say the least.
The grounds were lovely…sooo southern!
|The plantation house|
The bus tour included the grounds, the house, the Citadel (military
college) and the historic downtown areas…the open ‘train’ tour ventured into the swamp land of alligators and
the walking tour covered the old rice fields and the petting zoo where many of
the critters were just walking around with you.
It was a wonderful experience…a taste of my dream to be able to walk
among the animals of the world without fear…for them or us!!!
|Awww…baby sunning himself|
|Turtles need sun too…lol|
|11 feet of mama nearby|
|Old rice fields|
|This guy was huge!|
|Playing with her shadow|
|An old antebellum home|
|The main Citadel bldg|
|There are over 500
churches in Charleston…
hence the name “Holy City”
|Sweet grass stands everywhere…the
craftsmanship is impeccable
|“wedding cake house”|
guide was Valerie! I don’t know the last
time I met someone who loves their job as much as she does! Knowledgeable, amusing, spunky and caring for
her customers like family!!! After a
very stressful start of my day, Valerie went above and beyond to make sure my
experience during her 6 hours with me made up for it! Thank you Valerie…you really did make the rest of my day…blessed