• This bridge cost less to build than the new Staples High School.
    • John C. Calhoun, famous Southern politician
    • Moving tombstone.
    • Many Huguenots, french descendents, lived in Charleston.
      • U.S. Presidents of Huguenot Descent.
        • There were some New Orleans style buildings in Charleston.
          • The Old Slave Mart.
                • Boot scrapers.
                  • George Washington was here.
                    • “Catfish Row,” from Porgy & Bess.
                    • Not politically correct, today.
                    • One of the grander mansions. Many had cannon balls in their roofs, thanks to them Yankees.
                    • Some unrestored pillers—brick & wood.
                    • John Calhoun house. He was never in it.
                    • Doorway. This house is still occupied by the owner.
                    • Another grand church.
                        • A Louis Comfort Tiffany window. Note the opalescent glass.
                        • This house was “preserved,” but not “restored.”
                          • Slave quarters.
                            • Charleston Aquarium.
                                  • Two pelicans. “Can I come in?” with romance in his eye.
                                    • A snake in the grass.
                                    • Jellyfish
                                      • Bald Eagle.
                                      • Look carefully for the rainbow, as we entered this restaurant.
                                      • Savannah, hot already in April, with Spanish Moss on all the trees.
                                      • Our fabulous hotel in Savannah—the place to be.