02 May 2014

Middleton Place

Middleton Place, Charleston, S.C.
Clearly my rowing machine work-outs have toned up my butt but worn my arms off. Heheh.

Lucky me! A friend offered to leave passes for me at the gates to Middleton Place and I was able to treat a couple of hard working co-workers as a reward.  We enjoyed a late lunch at the restaurant and enjoyed everything on the southern buffet. The blossoms were past their prime but the garden was lush and green.


10 comments:

  1. I'd recognize you anywhere! It looks like a great place.

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    1. Hahah! It really is beautiful.

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  2. Quite a locale! I'm sure the local wildlife are just all nice and friendly, but just in case, I'll have my idiot ex-brother-in-law say hello to the critter first.

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    1. I have a picture of a tourist walking a couple of feet from a really big gator. I was on the other side of the lake and he didn't see the rascal.

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  3. I was there today, too! I wish I could have seen the azaleas in bloom, but I still enjoyed the scenery. The nature walk is a must if you've not done that one yet. The guide John knows his stuff.

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    1. I got to Magnolia during the blooms but this was so lush and green it had it's own beauty. So lovely!

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  4. A friend once gave me 4 passes also. Wonderful generosity! I love Middleton and miss all my plantations but I have been enjoying the area again and have seen a few alligators. Thanks for visiting my travel blog and leaving a comment!

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    1. I keep an annual pass to Magnolia but I don't get into Middleton very often. Always a treat. Nice to see you blogging again!

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  5. Absolutely adore your perspective and cropping!

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