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The adults and I (minus Kurt) went out to eat at Poogan’s Porch. I’m not sure what I was thinking not taking a picture of the outside. It’s a historic house turned restaurant. They named it Poogan’s Porch because the dog that lived there was named Poogan. His grave is in the front yard. Anyway, this is my grandma oohing and ahhing over her hummingbird cake with a fried plantain slice on top.
We walked around downtown after the dinner. This is Second Presbyterian Church (not the first!) at night.
We went on a carriage tour of downtown. Ryan loved the horses, Carter and Cash.
This is Charleston Harbor. The middle island is Ft. Sumter and one of the other two is Ft. Moultrie.
Yeah, guess I wasn’t really paying attention at that point!
Norma and my Grandma had matching shoes and my mom and I had matching shoes.
We ate dinner at Fleet Landing and the view was beautiful!
Sunday morning the boys sat through a three hour brunch at a five-star restaurant. Boy was I proud!
Grandma enjoyed her special banana ice cream dessert.
After a long weekend we headed home and rested!
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