Jan
4
2016

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Reconnecting: New Years in Charleston, Part Four

by Tara

It's another day in South Carolina, filled with more friend time, and more Charleston explorations. Today, we were even treated to some sun! We found the historical, fruit-decorated houses we'd been searching for, and enjoyed the beautiful gardens of the Nathaniel Russell House. We didn't visit the museum itself, but the grounds were lovely, and I picked up a souvenir in the gift shop that I can't wait to cook from.

Amazing Trees in Charleston Park Charleston Window Shutter Dogs Fruit Christmas Decorations at Nathaniel Russell House Pretty Flowers in Nathaniel Russell House Gardens Tyler in Nathaniel Russell House Gardens

The trees of Charleston are truly amazing. In a waterfront park, we found "live oaks," whose leaves never turn brown. Their branches stretch, twining, draping outwards, forming a canopy above the park. Needless to say, they are perfect for climbing!

Amazing Trees at Charleston Waterfront Park Lizza & Tyler Climbing Trees at Charleston Waterfront Park Tyler Climbing Trees at Charleston Waterfront Park

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