Beaufort South Carolina
This week as I slowly ease back to life out of the house, I took a short thirty minute drive up to Beaufort South Carolina. It is a small historic seaside city half way between Savannah Georgia and Charleston South Carolina. In regular times I would have stopped at Sea Eagle Market for fresh shrimp off the boats, instead I just brown bagged a lunch to take.
The city is very scenic with gardens, historic homes and a variety of trees. Here are some photos for your enjoyment.
Let’s cross the street 🙂
After being kidnapped from her home on Bay Street, Sadie the Sea Islander quilter is now here on Craven under the palm.
Let’s keep walking there’s more trees 🙂
And a few beautiful homes
A small colorful flower garden
This is a Eastern Cottonwood a very tall tree
And next a Japanese Maple shading a beautiful home
It is such a nice place to visit, and I think I found the perfect spot to eat my lunch
Thanks for walking along….
Coastal Georgia and South Carolina are year round visitor destinations with beautiful scenery, history, mild winter temperatures and great seafood.
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