Speaking of History - I was thrilled to see this church building still in existence. It was the first Meeting House erected in 1681 to gather the original colonists dissenting from the Church of England. I get chills just thinking about that amazing group of people! What stories these walls could tell. . .
The grave site of one of the Constitution signers was in that church's cemetery. That man probably had no clue how much he was shaping a nation.
I enjoyed strolling beside Rainbow Row which represents the longest cluster of Georgian row houses in the US. The earliest structures were built in 1680. I love imagining the original owners bustling in and out of these doors.
Had to laugh at this sign in front of one of the private Charleston homes. Forget parking here, you are not even allowed to think of it! :-)
Of course, all of you would know how happy I was to tour a plantation home! The details of the structure are more amazing because of the personal craftsmanship involved. Love, love, love the color!
And how many of you would object to stepping out on your top balcony and viewing this each morning?!