|The business...East Coast Paddlesports Festival.|
|Facebook, the carriage horse.|
|Our cottage. No, we're not drinking Boone's Farm! That's wine we bought at Boone Hall Plantation.|
Wandered through the Unitarian churchyard with my camera. It was lovely, despite the drizzle, but wildly overgrown. The Unitarians need to pull some weeds.
I have window box envy.
I was sorry to learn that this creeping fig won't thrive in our area.
There were so many flowers in bloom. Our carriage driver said that there is a new bloom for every month of the year.
Left the city for a tour of Boone Hall Plantation.
|Slave cabin. The bricks were made at Boone Hall.|
|The cotton gin awaits restoration.|
On Saturday evening, we took advantage of a break in the rain and made the short drive to Folly Beach to dip our toes in the ocean.
By Sunday, we were anxious to get home to our animals. We have an excellent house sitter, Rebecca Addy of Happily Home Services, but poor Nigel thinks we just bring this nice lady in occasionally for him to babysit. He takes his job seriously and follows her everywhere. Exhausting! He spent most of yesterday like this.
Next weekend, we are staying home and turning our attention to our own property...weeds to pull, fence rails to replace, grass to cut.
Don't forget tomorrow is Earth Day. You only get one Mother. Go here for more info. www.earthday.org/2015