Wednesday, December 4, 2013

A Charleston, S.C., Cold Spell

We headed south in November to catch a bit of sun, but it didn't work out according to plan.

We weren't planning on going to the beach, of course, but we had hoped to ditch the coats. We were able to do just that during the day in Savannah, Ga., but that wasn't the case when we headed to Charleston, S.C., in the middle of the week.

It was cold. COLD.  Hat, gloves, winter coats -- the works. The weather didn't make exploring quite as much fun, but we didn't let it stop us from wandering around. And luckily it was only very cold one of the two full days we were there, and only chilly on the second.

Here's a bit of what we saw, with some random photos coming up in a future post.

Angel Oak tree, estimated to be more than 1,500 years old,
outside of Charleston

Shopping along King Street

City Market from the front ...

... from the side ...

... inside ...

... and from afar.

View from Waterfront Park

Rainbow Row, aka pretty houses

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