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Walking the Arthur Ravenel Bridge

Walking the Arthur Ravenel Bridge

The calm salt marshes of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge (the departing point for the ride to Bull Island). Many water activities depart from here including kayaks, boats, and fishing tours. #CityStyleandLiving #MyrtleBeach #TravelUSA #travel #SouthCarolina #pier #fishing #clouds @myrtle_beach @mymyrtlebeach From: http://www.citystyleandliving.blogspot.ca/2015/10/48-ways-myrtle-beach-will-capture-your.html

The calm salt marshes of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge (the departing point for the ride to Bull Island). Many water activities depart from here including kayaks, boats, and fishing tours. #CityStyleandLiving #MyrtleBeach #TravelUSA #travel #SouthCarolina #pier #fishing #clouds @myrtle_beach @mymyrtlebeach From: http://www.citystyleandliving.blogspot.ca/2015/10/48-ways-myrtle-beach-will-capture-your.html

Ravenel Bridge, Charleston, SC... I walked across this with my niece Sharon...holding on for dear life because I am afraid of heights...but it was beautiful!!

Ravenel Bridge, Charleston, SC... I walked across this with my niece Sharon...holding on for dear life because I am afraid of heights...but it was beautiful!!

Charles Towne Landing - Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site sits on a marshy point, located off of the Ashley River, where a group of English settlers landed in 1670 and established what would become the birthplace of the Carolina colony. Charles Towne Landing introduces visitors to the earliest colonial history of Charleston. Interact with hands-on exhibits in the Visitor Center, talk to knowledgeable staff members, and take an audio tour on the self-guided history trail.

Charles Towne Landing - Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site sits on a marshy point, located off of the Ashley River, where a group of English settlers landed in 1670 and established what would become the birthplace of the Carolina colony. Charles Towne Landing introduces visitors to the earliest colonial history of Charleston. Interact with hands-on exhibits in the Visitor Center, talk to knowledgeable staff members, and take an audio tour on the self-guided history trail.

Charleston, SC {literally dying - If I see this sight while we are there, i will die happy!! <3 }

Charleston, SC {literally dying - If I see this sight while we are there, i will die happy!! <3 }

Bethel United Methodist Church, est. 1797, - 57 Pitt Street - Bethel was the only Methodist Charleston SC Historic Church which remained open during the Civil War, and it survived the earthquake of 1886 intac

Bethel United Methodist Church, est. 1797, - 57 Pitt Street - Bethel was the only Methodist Charleston SC Historic Church which remained open during the Civil War, and it survived the earthquake of 1886 intac

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