The entrance to Macado’s off of King Street. Macado’s ran dinner specials during the week, making it enticing to the broke college kid.
Brenna playing with Josiah after dinner on the porch. Josiah provided lots of entertainment with his “talking”. “Bah, bah, bah.”
Flat Top Manor or Moses Cone Manor off the Blue Ridge Parkway. Moses Cone completed construction on his home in 1902. The manor is built in the grand Colonial Revival style with 20 rooms, 13,000 square feet.
Rocky’s Grill and Soda Shop has been a tradition since 1942. The interior remains much of the same with stools at the counter and tables and booths around for additional seating.
A helicopter flies overhead as we check out Triple Falls in Dupont State Forest. A local summer camp brought their campers out to enjoy the area, along with the many other outdoor enthusiasts.
If you saw “Hunger Games” in theaters then you have seen Triple Falls. People and campers alike, were out and about enjoying the beautiful weather and the cool water of the falls.
A nice summer day spent in Falls Park. The variety of green space at the park; lots of flowers in bloom and people out and about.
People walking across the suspension bridge in Falls Park. In the background a look at the upper falls of Reedy River. The park was full of people enjoying the outdoors and good weather.
Tina, Freg’s cousin and her Fiance Thomas sitting out by the fire light to enjoy a cool summer’s evening. Good fire, good brew, good people.
The entrance to Howard’s On Main where we enjoyed lunch. The sandwich shop is on the corner off the main street in Greenwood.
People moving about in the market down in Charleston. In the foreground you can see beautiful examples of sweet grass baskets and flowers.
A nice way to view and learn about Charleston history is to take a carriage ride through the historic district.
Freg has his eye on the line of his ball, Ant watches too. The mini-golf was extremely competitive this afternoon.
Ant’s nearly hole in one. His line was a bit off and the ball curved around the hole. Do not let this picture fool you, mini-golf is hard.
It’s Saturday evening on Savannah’s River Street and you can see the sun is just about set under the Talmadge Memorial Bridge, people are out and about strolling the streets.
Ant heads up the stairs from the lower River Street in Savannah. He stopped and made a ‘model like’ pose for Freg. NICE Ant!
The entrance to Wet Willie’s on River Street. I believe it would be an accurate statement to say, “the sign explains it all.”
The hustle and bustle of the somewhat touristy River Street. There are a lot of shops and restaurants for people to enjoy and walk into while watching tug boats and container ships come in to dock from the park area.
Some gentlemen engage in a game of giant chess set out in City Market Square. The visiter’s center holds the pieces but all are welcome to play. Ant and Carolyn observe from a park bench as Ant critiques the moves.
Scott, an original Those Guys and his girlfriend Joanie hosted a grand evening of 21 cup beer pong. We had a great time meeting Scott and Joanie’s friends, it is apparent everyone is having a great time.
Celia shows off her red velvet owl cupcakes that were passed around after dinner. We were invited to join some new friends for dinner after meeting them at the Terrapin Brewery. Happy Birthday to you Celia and thank you for the cupcakes.
Our outdoor dinning tables at Ted’s Most Best. Here is the perrella pizza, it is topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella, goat cheese, prosciutto, fresh garlic, and fresh herbs. The thin crust was well made and the pie itself was delicious.
Ant ordered an appetizer of mixed olives which he and Freg gobbled down. I am no fan of the olive and let them enjoy their finger food at Ted’s Most Best.
Freg keeps track of the bag as Stephanie releases her shot. The Terrapin Brewing Company had cornhole sets out at their tasting area. A great way to spend an early Athens evening.
Craig shows off his well trained throwing form in a game of cornhole at the Terrapin Brewing Company.
Freg is laughing and having a good time playing cornhole with our new friends at the Terrapin Brewing Company. A wild shot has spectators in dispute on a call.
Katrina looks on as Brittney winds up in preparation of her cornhole throw. She and Craig played on a team at the Terrapin Brewing Company.
Behing Terrapin Brewing Company is a wonderful outdoor space were you can come and hang out while they are open for tastings. On nice early evenings such as this, I recommend checking it out; there was even live music for us to enjoy.
Carolyn at Terrapin Brewery Company enjoying the beer and atmosphere. She smirks for the camera.
On a beautiful hot Atlanta day school children walk past the tombs of Dr. and Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr.