Friday, January 30, 2009

Oyster Roast at Tombee Plantation

This year's annual oyster roast to benefit the historic foundation was held at Tombee Plantation, c. 1795.

Front of the house


Side view looking out over the marsh


An age old view through the garden gate.


Back of house with view of the marsh.


A tree swing with a view;)


Garden fountain at sunset.


Walkway to the water's edge


House view from the garden


The marsh


The beauty of the lowcountry



Lowcountry bluegrass


All the oysers you could eat!


Front parlor-all of the woodwork is original.



Talk about a fridge!


Beautiful farm sink and brick backsplash


A kitchen I could cook in!



The evening surrounds the house as the sun goes down for the night.

Antique chandelier in the upstairs hall.


Garden fountain detail.


Tombee gardens beneath the night sky.

Oysters roasted, wine poured, and music drifted beneath a star studded Lowcountry sky. Cool temperatures made the steam rise from the freshly cooked oysters on time-worn wooden tables. Live oak trees laden with lacey Spanish moss stood watch over the marshes setting the stage for an historic 18th century treasure known as Tombee Plantation.


11 comments:

lorhen82 said...

LOVE the fountain and the chandelier!!! I personally could do without the oysters though! =) ~Lori

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

What a beautiful place. Thanks for your sweet message.

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

How beautiful! I can hear the whispers of this old plantation calling to me. Thank you so much for sharing. The oysters look delicious, just a touch of lemon and some Tabasco, yum!
~Tracie

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Thank you for visiting Castles Crowns and Cottages! What a fun way to meet like minds, who love beauty, antiques, and God's beautiful nature. You have a great eye for detail. I love the southern look as well. Have a great day. Anita

Cyndee Greene said...

I LOVE it!
All the oysters you can eat...wow!
Wish I was there!

Marilyn said...

What's not to love?? I could move right in!!
Lovely visit for me!
Thank you !!
Love, Marilyn

Fete et Fleur said...

What a gorgeous place to visit!!

Nancy

Draffin Bears said...

What a beautiful place ~ I do really love old places.

Your chair in your header is just lovely also. Looks like you would want to sit with a good book or some embroidery.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Hugs
Carolyn

The Pink Bird House said...

What a fabulous place! I love the kitchen photos, and the original woodwork near the fireplace. How lucky those people were to live among such beauty!! A lovely post, great pictures, thank you for sharing. And, thank you for the lovely comment on my last post. It seems you and I have much in common!! I would like to share more about that with you at a later time. Deborah

SweetAnnee said...

It's my dream home!!!
What an awesome place
to be..sounds divine..
and yes
lemon and tabasco

Deena

Kathi~Lavender, Lace and Thyme said...

Oh my, do you live near this plantation? I became a plantation lover many years ago after visiting my first one. Thankfully there are still many left to enjoy!