Category Archives: South Carolina

We Will Travel Again…soon

We will travel again soon, but not too soon… Are you planning future trips or waiting for the tide to turn in a positive direction with this crazy pandemic? I too am one of those people who are apprehensive to travel. It is possible to explore the possibilities of future exploration of our wonderful planet. It can start by writing

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Mansfield Plantation – A Must Stay

Mansfield Plantation This 1,000 acre old rice plantation sits about 1.8 miles off the main road near the historic downtown of Georgetown, South Carolina. Now, a lovely bed and breakfast, Mansfield Plantation offers luxury comfort in a quiet and beautiful setting.  During the first weekend of February, we visited this historic plantation that dates back to 1718 as the weather was

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Historic Columbia, SC

During a recent work-related visit to Columbia, I took advantage of visiting Historic Columbia to learn and see more the history of the capital of South Carolina. If history especially pre and post civil war history is something of interest to you, you would not be disappointed with a visit to Historic Columbia  This non-profit organization offers a variety of tours

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Reedy River Falls-

Reedy River Falls-Greenville, SC One can’t believe that for over 40 years, these beautiful falls were overshadowed by a four lane bridge. It was the vision of the Carolina Foothills Garden Club who saw the potential of the landscape under and around the bridge. It was removed and replaced with a far less obtrusive walking bridge known as “Liberty Bridge.” A

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