You are probably wondering why so many bricks, well the third owners discovered vast quantities of clay and apart from constructing the slave cabins, the main house and the smokehouse ran a sizeable profit using slaves to produce over four million bricks per year
Boone Plantation December 31st 2010 To continue our daytrips in South Carolina we spent this day at Boone Plantation, I had originally planned on splitting the day trip up between this plantation and Caw Caw Intrerpretive center but there was so much to do here that we stayed until closing and still didn't see everything. You will notice that tyhere are no interior shots of the Plantation Main house, this is because it is still occu ... read more
We are beginning our Great Escape part 1 around the USA from December 27th 2010 to August 18th 2011 when we arrive home for a short break and a wedding...
The goal is to see as much of the United States as possible within this time frame and make it back in one piece.
The travellers are Bob, Kam, Chris (Kam's 13 yr old son) and our English setter puppy Casper which at the start of the trip will be 6 months old.
The vehicle a Ford F450 duelly pulling a 40 ft bath and a half bunkhouse.
The challenge to survive on the road homeschooling Chris with many of our worldly items in storage and ... full info