|The Charleston Tea Garden, the only working tea plantation in all of North America. Apparently tea plants are these rows of shrubs. They've got some machine that trims off the new shoots in the summer periodically.|
|Angel Oak Tree. According to legend it's over 1500 years old. According to science, about 400 years old.|
|The Gwillah hides behind the largest living thing we've ever seen.|
|Waterfront Park in Charleston at dusk|
|Palm trees in January, ahhhhh|
Unpictured highlights: an albino squirrel, the beach, quaint brick buildings with bright white mortar, enormous plates of authentic pit-cooked barbecued pork, shrimp and grits, fried green tomatoes, southern accents, 70 degree sunshine.
We'll see you back in Seattle, y'all.
Jedburg Pinopolis & Ashley Phosphate