Monday, February 04, 2013

Shem Creek


Restaurants & Dolphins
Shem Creek-a place to visit
Many boats to see

Mount Pleasant, across the river from Charleston, is aptly named.  We are renting for two months there in an area of "Old Town," and I couldn't be more pleased with the neighborhood, pleasant city, and ease of moving around the area. Being close to Shem Creek is also a plus.  Love the Low Country marshes and seafood and warm weather and...

Go here for a complete history of Shem Creek and Mount Pleasant.

18 comments:

  1. wow. so nice to see sunshine and green on this cold dark morning.

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  2. So happy to hear that you have escaped the cold weather...Enjoy and take pictures for us!...Janey

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  3. Enjoy your winter in the South!

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  4. I've never been to Charleston. From what I understand, it's terrific. Enjoy the sun and warmer temps.

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  5. What a great place to spend the early spring! I'm envious.

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  6. An escape from the cold and snow sounds like an excellent idea.

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  7. I see a little southern hospitality is in your future.

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  8. What's all this then? Posting from away is TOTALLY FORBIDDEN! You have been warned!

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  9. I would enjoy this area a lot...love boats and water and warm weather! You'll have a plethora of photo opportunities.

    BTW, are you saying that my stories sound a little fishy? :-)

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  10. Fun times! Enjoy your time in the sun!

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  11. I have always loved harbor photos and this one is super!

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  12. Good for you! What a Southern Belle you are!

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  13. sounds like a beautiful place to spend a couple of months!

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  14. Oh, boy! Another adventure with Kate! Fun! I'm looking forward to seeing Charleston through your eyes.

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  15. I can't wait to see more.

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  16. Shem Creek? I definitely know that place. Two years ago I took a bicycling trip in the Low Country with Backroads (a tour packager) and we biked in the area and then went out from Shem Creek in kayaks. It was great fun.

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  17. It looks like a great place to be. Enjoy.

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