"Angel Oak is a spectacular tree and most intimidating up close," says Benji
Benji loves the October butterflies
Benji lives on a big power cat. One warm day in September when he went to the deck to lounge awhile, he disturbed hundreds of butterflies in his garden on the deck and orange and yellow butterflies rose as in a colorful cloud.
During September and October, I found butterflies everywhere in Charleston.
Butterflies are even in the weeds. I just look at them in awe and wonder.
"This is just one of the birds that wait to greet me during my morning walk on my dock at the Maritime Center by the Aquariam and the Fort Sumter tour boat," says Benji.
"One of my favorite boat tours is the Sandlapper, especially their GHOST tour in the evenings starting at the middle of March and going long into the fall, and they give me treats," says Benji. (The Sandlapper and Carolina Belle both leave for tours at the Maritime Center near the Aquarium. The Fort Sumter tour leaves nearby, as well.)