Walking Tour

We had friends visiting this past weekend, so we decided to explore with them on a self guided walking tour of the oldest part of Charleston, the downtown that was settled in the 1600's,

With the little ones in tow we had a slow pace, and there was a heat wave so we were all dripping,

but we were so excited at the history that oozed out of every corner, each little building felt like it held a tale.

The tropical nooks and crannies beckoned over each garden wall,

With our slow pace we only covered about 5 square blocks, leaving so much left to discover when we can convince the kids to go on another walking tour (when the weather cools a bit!). I feel like I might be drawn with my camera to go on some solitary walks there alone before too long!


Lori said...

Wait. You moved already?! I didn't know! OMG the pictures on your blog are making me swoon! I just scrolled down and took a look. Oh Faith, I am SO happy for you and your family. Oh the beauty!

Nina said...

Hi Faith,

I love to walk through the streets of our village too. Even though we already live there for 16 years now. It's a nice and quiet place with old closters, a river and a lot of nature.
And your pictures are beautiful again, especially the one of you and your husband next to that big tree. Love it!

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License.