Friday, September 26, 2008


One day while I was on vacation at Edisto Beach in South Carolina, we buzzed up to Charleston, which is probably one of my favorite cities in the world. This is the bridge going across the bay.
This is a section of Charleston known as Rainbow Row because of the many colors of the houses there. The houses were built in 1680. Notice the double doors in the front for horse and carriage. Rainbow Row has a special place in my heart as my parents had a framed painting of it in their living room for many years.
This is Fort Sumter in the bay, where the Civil War began.
This is one of the many cobble stoned streets in the Battery area of Charleston.
And for fun, we took this picture. Be sure to read the sign.

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