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BY: Joan Perry
  When I come across something like this I am almost emotional. Seriously? Someone did this for ME!? Someone I don't even know gave me this gift. Thank you unknown artist. This won't make...
BY: Joan Perry
We are fortunate in Charleston to have a number of day trip locations that are manageable drives and good lunch destinations. Summerville, Walterboro, McClellanville, Georgetown, and Beaufort...
BY: Joan Perry
I haven't been keeping up the "daily photo" entries lately but I have good excuses for my absence! My family was having a get together in Canada and I made a last minute dash to the border on Friday...
BY: Joan Perry
There is a new mural in progress on Queen Street in between King and Meeting. Anyone know who the artist is?While we are on the mural topic, with all the mural artists in Avondale, can't someone...
BY: Joan Perry
These folks made such good use of their little front yard on Queen Street. that I check on it every summer hoping that they do it again and they haven't disappointed me yet. Ya think maybe if I knock...
BY: Joan Perry
Eye catching mural here. I appreciate people making such an effort to keep me entertained. I was snooping around to see the changes happening at 1600 Meeting Street. and a lot has been done...
BY: Joan Perry
I had such a perfect dinner last night at Charleston's new French restaurant Chez Nous. Set in a tiny little renovated house on Payne St. off Coming St., we didn't even see a name on it, but it is...
BY: Joan Perry
I have often noted tokens left on tombstones and wondered at their meaning. Pebbles, toys, golf balls etc., but I wasn't certain of the meaning of the coins in the oyster shells at the graves of the...
BY: Joan Perry
  Cooper River Bridge Run 2014   Cooper River Bridge Run, King St., Charleston, S.C. I camped out at the run turn at King and Wentworth Street Saturday morning and tried...
BY: Joan Perry
  I haven't mentioned it lately, but I can boast of one of the finest collections of sidewalk graffiti thanks to the sidewalks of Charleston and its creative inhabitants. Here is a teaser...
BY: Joan Perry
  On my New Year's Day I slept in, walked in the drizzle at Magnolia Plantation, caught an afternoon movie on the way home, and then an early bite to eat at the Green Goat with ...
BY: Joan Perry
  If you have to wear a tie why not wear a cool one?! Check out these bow ties made from real bird feathers. The company is called Brackish Original Feather Bow Ties and I caught them...
BY: Joan Perry
  Thanksgiving thoughts are even more meaningful in a hospital. A roll of paper was laid out with colored markers inviting people to write their thoughts for Thanksgiving. Every time I walked...
BY: Joan Perry
  I did a series like this last year, but it is so pretty when the water is still it bears repeating. Shame on me for missing the Party for the Parks that raised funds for the...
BY: Joan Perry
  Nothing dull and drab about fall in Charleston. These yellow blossoms brighten up the streets on the peninsula, cheering up my walk this morning.Poison ivy has left me afraid to garden so the...
BY: Joan Perry
Chalmers St.    Some of my readers may be recent enough not to know that I used to hunt the elusive black cabs of Charleston and take pictures of them in their transplanted homeland. It...
BY: Joan Perry
  BLFs Forever! That would be Best Leopard Friends Forever. In the summer of 2011 I wrote this entry after vandals had destroyed one of the pair of leopards in front of...
BY: Joan Perry
  She was the sunshine of our home     She took us to church     She looked well to the ways of her household     Home is the sailor, home from the sea and the...
BY: Joan Perry
  Here are a few fun Halloween shots from my walk yesterday morning. These folks should get a break on their property taxes for all the pleasure they give people walking by. I even found a bit...
BY: Joan Perry
Harriet McLoed of Reuters wrote in her article "South Carolinians raising millions to protect centuries-old Angel Oak": “A group trying to preserve the centuries-old Angel Oak near Charleston, South...


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