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Betsy and I traveled to Florida to celebrate Thanksgiving with my son Robert and his family. Afterward we came home by way of our favorite beach in North Carolina. As we usually do, we traveled by back roads and found interesting places to visit whenever possible along the way.
I didn’t get suspicious at first — after all, this was our normal routine. But then I realized that Betsy was having me take her picture in front of some of the homes we saw along the way.
The first house she seemed interested in was the Biltmore house near Asheville, North Carolina, as you can see in the photo above.
We’ve been there many times, but this time Betsy commented on just how huge the house seemed to be. I’m inclined to agree with her.
We stopped by the Hampton Plantation State Park near Georgetown, South Carolina, where Betsy sat on the front steps of the Rutledge Mansion, named after the last owner of the house.
Although the house is very nice, it is somewhat in ‘the middle of nowhere’. which I think is a disadvantage as far as my Beautiful Bride is concerned.
I think Betsy found her ‘dream house’ when we visited the McLeod Plantation on James Island, Charleston, South Carolina. She had her picture taken on the back porch of the house ….
… as well as on the steps of the front of the house.
I wonder if I need to think about moving?