True Fall came today

October 18, 2018

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Living in the Low Country of South Carolina

and working from home, the transition

into Fall seems to be the most notable for me.

The day when a beach bum has to put on long pants

marks the true end of Summer.

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This is Campbell’s Covered Bridge in Landrum, SC.  

It’s the only remaining covered bridge in the state.

The grounds surrounding the bridge are a

county park where you can picnic

or go wading in the stream.

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October has been very warm this year

and we’ve had no change of color in the trees yet.

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Happy Fall!!

 

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Tennessee River

August 4, 2017

Chattanooga

Cruising the Tennessee River

aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat

through Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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Riverwalk at Conway

June 9, 2017

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The Riverwalk 

in Conway, South Carolina,

along the Waccamaw River,

leads to the City of Conway’s Riverfront Park.

Conway Riverwalk Sign (3)

A beautiful stroll along the river

with swings and park benches to enjoy

the quietness and beauty of the area.

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Winter on The Lake

January 21, 2015

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Salem Lake

in

Winter

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White As Snow

March 28, 2013

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Happy Easter!!!

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Walking Trail near Reynolda House

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Winston-Salem, NC

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Diamonds In The Water

February 19, 2013

Thought about this photo last night,

so I’m re-posting from 2009

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Our Beautiful Salem Lake

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Unique View of Pilot Mountain

December 28, 2011

North Carolina has a very unique natural feature

called Pilot Mountain, which appears to rise out of nowhere.

Native Americans were said to use it as a landmark

and called the mountain Jomeokee –

The “Great Guide” or “Pilot”.

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This view overlooks Lake Larissa,

a man-made lake in a beautiful setting.

I’m lucky enough to work just a few

minutes away from this area.

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Click on the first photo to enlarge and

see if you can find the ducks on the lake,

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Click on the second photo to make out the unusual

shape of Pilot Mountain a little better.

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Click here and here to see more photos taken of Pilot and

the view from the overlook at the state park.

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The trails at Pilot Mountain State Park are also

part of the NC Birding Trails.

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