Beaufort Tree Walk

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.

Beaufort Tree Walk
Beaufort Tree Walk
Fragrant Tea Olive Tree
Fragrant Tea Olive Tree
Tree walk
Marker on tree walk

Let’s cross the street 🙂

Craven Street
Sidewalk on Craven Street Beaufort

After being kidnapped from her home on Bay Street, Sadie the Sea Islander quilter is now here on Craven under the palm.

Sadie the sea island quilter
Sadie the mermaid

Let’s keep walking there’s more trees 🙂

And a few beautiful homes

A small colorful flower garden

Flower garden
Flower garden in Beaufort

This is a Eastern Cottonwood a very tall tree

Cottonwood Tree
Cottonwood Tree
Cottonwood Tree
Cottonwood Tree

And next a Japanese Maple shading a beautiful home

Japanese green maple tree
Japanese Green maple tree with hanging moss
tree marker
Tree marker

It is such a nice place to visit, and I think I found the perfect spot to eat my lunch

Beaufort River
Under the oaks along the Beaufort River

Thanks for walking along….

Coastal Georgia and South Carolina are year round visitor destinations with beautiful scenery, history, mild winter temperatures and great seafood.

Alice

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4 thoughts

  1. Such a beautiful area, Alice. 🙂 🙂 Hard to imagine the ugliness and hate there that America is battling. The great divide in society? Desperately sad! Thanks for taking me there.

    1. There’s also lots of love between folks here, it’s a hard time, another reason I live Savannah the Mayor is a good leader and the city protested peacefully

      1. I think that most people want to protest peacefully, and who can blame them, but there is an element of rabble rousing and activism which is dragging the country down. I’m sorry for your troubles and all the good folks, Alice. 🤗💕

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