Travel to Charleston, S.C., by air, car, train or RV… It doesn’t matter how you get there, but you will be glad you did. Longtime Charleston residents Charlotte and Jan Humphries have planned an exciting weekend just for EC Alumni and Friends. The itinerary for March 24-27 includes:
Thursday, March 24: Fort Moultrie and Gullah dinner on Sullivan’s Island
Friday, March 25: Morning free (golf for those desiring to play); historic city tour, including historic homes; bus ride to the famous Middleton Place Gardens with guide; Charleston Harbor sunset dinner cruise with Captain Ping.
Saturday, March 26: Off to the islands; lunch at Bohicket Marina at Seabrook Island; Visit 5-Star Sanctuary on Kiawah Island; Freshfield Village; Rosebank Farms produce stand; Angel Oak Tree on Johns Island; Charleston Tea Plantation on Wadmalaw Island; ‘Pig-Pickin’ at Charlotte’s home on Johns Island.
Sunday, March 27: Chapel service with Dr. Mike Stewart, followed by Ping’s shrimp and grits Sunday brunch at Charlotte’s home on Johns Island.
Please call Charlotte Humphries at (843) 729-3954 or e-mail humphriesC1@comcast.net for information on hotels. James Island Park Campground has hookups/spaces for RVs, and the park has 10 cabins for rent that house up to 8 occupants apiece. These cabins would be great for couples, families or groups of single attendees to share.
PRICE for the SPRING 2011—GATHERING is only $250 per single or $499 per couple. This fee includes bus transportation for special events and for the above-listed site visits, lunches, dinners and activities. Travel to Charleston, hotels and golf are at your own expense.