South Carolina

May 1-9, 2006

House along the ICW

A baby osprey in a nest on a navigation aid

Entering Ellis Cut

That's a hawk on top of the pilings

Our anchorage one night

Barefoot Landing

We didn't stop there.


Beaufort, SC

Downtown Beaufort

A sculpture in the Breezeway Market

A great blue heron in the marsh

One of the many mansions in town.  This one is in need of some repair.

A neighborhood street lined with live oaks

Another mansion

The house "The Big Chill" was filmed in

The Arsenal is now a history museum

The Verdier House

Lafayette gave a speech from the upper balcony of this house after the revolution.

The carriage tour horses taking a break

We saw this crow on an island of its own near Windchime

Charleston, SC

Egret in flight

Bouys at the Coast Guard Station

We have no idea what kind of flower this is.

Hotel on Broad St.

A carriage horse


A personal home

A rich man had three daughters: a blond, a redhead, and a brunette.  He built them three houses.  These are the brunette and redhead houses.

The Calhoun Mansion

The Calhoun Mansion Italianate garden

More gardens

A house on East Bay St.

South End Brewery

The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon

The Provost Dungeon

The British used this as a prison for two years during the Revolution.

Cobblestone Road

Another typical house in Charleston

The waterfront on Bay Street

More waterfront

Fort Sumter in Charlotte Harbor, where the first shots of the Civil War were fired

Georgtown, SC

Windchime at anchor in Georgetown

We walked through the industrial part of town, past the steel mill, to find a machine shop to help us with our water pump.

Linda at the Big Tuna after a long day

The clock tower

The Harborwalk

Self explanatory