Because the weather turned cold on us, Riley and I didn't spend much time exploring South Carolina on the way home. We did, however, enjoy the views of the swamps, especially as the steam rolled off of the water and through the trees. It was really kind of an eerie beauty.
The cities that we did visit in South Carolina were not only beautiful, but also so interesting and rich with history...
Georgetown never really got it's own post the first time around, it only got a brief mention in this post. We did make a point of stopping in again one night on our way home, just so that we could pick up a delicious loaf of bread from the Kudzu Bakery!
Visiting Charleston by sailboat wasn't the greatest experience for us, so we didn't make a second visit on the return trip, but I probably would return by car to take in it's beautiful architecture and fantastic restaurants.
My favorite memory of Beaufort is walking down the street, admiring the way the setting sun hit the spanish moss draped over the tree branches that framed our little boat out in the anchorage. I also loved the waterfront walkway lined with restaurants and coffee shops. Beaufort is another place that I wouldn't mind visiting again!
I'd really be interested in making a trip to South Carolina by car and being able to explore it's cities more thoroughly. Do you have any favorites that we missed this time around?