Batesons United By Death: More Day Two

More Day Two. 

We’re driving around looking for “The Castle”, and ended up entirely on the wrong street. Since Beaufort is laid out on a grid and is located on a point of land, it should have been easy to get our act together and find the right location. 

The call of the trees and the old town make  that impossible. 

Mesmerized by the landscape and the gentle breeze, we find ourselves wandering around, chatting like old friends even though Sugar and I only met his Canadian cousins the day before. 

Here I sadly confess that the laptop has slipped into an unresponsive coma. I have other photos that cannot be added to the blog until I get another way to transfer the photos from the camera chip. Until then, you’ll have to enjoy iPhone photos and iPhone blogging. 

We made our way to a drive-by of Sugar’s grandfather’s house, to lunch at the Lowcountry Produce, then Agnes Mann’s house and Robert Small’s memorial next door, and a tour of the Mann and Lengnick plots at St. Helena Episcopal churchyard. 

It was such a great day. And it was all started by this little blog. 

Y’all, really? Everyone should blog. 


2 Responses to “Batesons United By Death: More Day Two”

  1. Libby Says:

    Gorgeous house! So glad you had a fun day!

    Liked by 1 person

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