17 Mar Warmshowers Host and crossing into South Carolina
In the morning we walked around the property and checked out a little Labyrinth Ken and Darlene built out of wood and with lots of love. After our short stroll we were invited for coffee and breakfast in their lovely home. We are given lots of good advise on which route to take north and what’s to see along the way, before saying goodbye.
It was a great first experience as a Warmshowers guest, and we can’t thank Ken and Darlene enough for their warm welcoming.
As we move on, we come by the smallest church in America, which only seats 12 people, but makes for a great stop. We come by many more historic markers, and find our way to an old cemetery with graves of confederate soldiers and also a memorial for General Steward.
There are many old little towns, each with its own history, some were burned down and plundered by the British and Federal troops during wars gone bye.
Soon the scenery changes again and we are rolling through a nature preserve with lots of waterfowl and marsh area as we find ourselves at the South Carolina border.
It’s time to find shelter for tonight and get some rest.