As news of the predicted flooding of Georgetown, I am reminded of a visit to that beautiful city a few months ago.
The hot and humid weather of June didn’t deter the enjoyment of exploring this seaport city.
Georgetown is the third oldest city in South Carolina.
Located on Winyah Bay at the confluence of the Black, Great Pee Dee, Waccamaw, and Sampit rivers, Georgetown is the second largest seaport in S.C.
Above is one of the beautiful Plantations in the historic district. The Sanpit River runs along side the home.
A beautiful stay at a bed and breakfast on Front Street in Georgetown. and just a short walk to…………… everything.
The Keith House Inn…circa 1825.
The veranda just outside the bedroom. It was too hot to sit our there too long. However, a cup of coffee in the morning on the veranda started the day for me.
The breakfast room must have been a sunroom at one time. Lots of windows.
I took this picture of a rainbow from the veranda one afternoon after a brief shower.
The beautiful Harbor walk
Built circa 1740, some 40 years before the American Revolutionary War, Hopsewee Plantation was one of the South’s major rice plantations and the birthplace of Thomas Lynch, Jr., one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.