The Most Beautiful Ruins in America
If it looks familiar, you might have seen it in The Big Chill. (Or in person, if you're lucky.)
Others are still tended, in full-blown (creepy) Confederate fashion.
JJH, a seasoned stonemason, pointed out that the mortar between each brick was rife with tabby, a lowcountry building material made from crushed up oyster shells.
(Although the once-yearly public service, held the second Sunday after Easter, is supposed to be quite something.)