Taking a Walk in Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston was founded in 1670, and I’ve always been intrigued by the antebellum houses in the Battery districts. It’s not just the houses but the flowers and fencing around the houses. And there are so many hidden gardens. If you’re lucky you may find an open gate where you can take a peek into how the people of downtown Charleston live.

The Ravenel Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge leading into Charleston.
These elegant stairs are more than functional. Can you imagine walking up and down them every day?

I’m not a South Carolina native, and I’ve never lived in Charleston, so I’m no expert, but I’m going to start sharing more about the Low Country on my blog.

I love living in the Low Country, and it’s one of the reasons I set my cozy mystery series in the fictional town of Heyward Beach in this area. Thanks for allowing me to share a little about my walk in Charleston.

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