S: Carolina Trip 2011
BC: Joyce Keshmiry 2011
FC: 2011 Carolina Trip
1: Over 39,000 people call Hilton Head Island home, and it’s easy to see why. The island is a breath of fresh air, literally and figuratively. Coastal, casual and relaxed, Hilton Head Island celebrates the alfresco frame of mind with a family feel and a naturally conscience environment.We explored more than 12 miles of Hilton Head Island's pristine beach, maritime forests and salt marshes. Observe whitetail deer and more than 125 species of birds. This photo was taken on our first night on the island we were waiting for a table and had this beautiful sunset to start us off on our travels. | Lowcountry Beaches & Resort Islands Hilton Head Island
2: Hilton Head is a part of the Inter Coastal Waterway. You are never very far from water, boats, and beautiful wildlife.
4: Historical Homes Everywhere | Beaufort South Carolina | The Fripp House
5: Beaufort South Carolina | The Church of The Cross
6: Beaufort sits on the Inter Coastal Waterway | Beaufort South Carolina
7: Beaufort South Carolina
8: Clams For Sale
9: How Do You Get Rid of Clam Shells - Make Paths With Them
10: Harbor Bay Lighthouse
11: Views inside lighthouse and from the top.
12: Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens "Boone Hall is also one of America's oldest working, living plantations."
14: Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens Has been continuously growing and producing crops for over 320 years. Once known for cotton and pecans, they are still actively producing strawberries, tomatoes, and pumpkins, as well as many other fruits and vegetables for our visitors to enjoy.
16: Boone Hall Plantation & Slavery What was slavery like on a Carolina Plantation. View the nine remaining slave cabins and the exhibits inside each. Learn the way slaves grew food and used herbal remedies in their everyday lives. Discuss the task vs. gang systems used by overseers of the plantations. Learn what Gullah meant and the language and culture behind it at the Gullah Theatre. Do hands on activities that will show a slaves life and the role of slavery in the success of a plantation.
18: Charleston South Carolina | Come take a stroll with me down the old streets of Charleston
20: Oldest House In Charleston
21: Edmondston-Alston House
22: Charleston Where History Lives
30: Hilton Head Intercoastal Park On theWater Way
32: Can never take too many pictures!
34: Jelly Fish in Coastal Water Way
35: Savannah Georgia | Discovered in 1733, Savannah has been one of America’s favorite destinations for business and pleasure. Located in the heart of Coastal Georgia's Lowcountry, Savannah is a city of rare natural beauty—of azaleas in bloom and stately oaks draped with Spanish moss. These landscapes have been lovingly enhanced by two centuries of man made splendor, from her distinctive park-like squares and cobblestone streets to the magnificent architecture of her storied antebellum homes and churches.
36: Such is the beauty of Savannah that General Sherman spared her the torch during his March to the Sea. Instead, he presented her to an enthusiastic President Abraham Lincoln as a Christmas gift..
38: Cobble Stone Streets
39: This is how we traveled around Savannah
54: Arguments Were Settled Here
58: It's A Dog's Life
59: The End of A Great Vacation