Thursday, July 24, 2008

The Big Charm of a Pretty Little Village - McClellanville #2

This is just one of many pretty houses there in McClellanville with the charming architecture of the South


and with those inviting big and cozy looking porches


This is just one of those many churches also in McClallenville, but I liked this one the best: the Episcopal Church that is built under a majestic shady big and old oak tree


"Is this nothing to ye who pass by?"


And a river runs trough...


The place to be on a lazy, sunny afternoon - but please without all the mosquitoes!


A "female" tree...... right??.... :-))



A dream of every kid is to have a REAL tree house
or in this case a "tree boat"

(click on the picture to see it why it's a boat)


There is no better place to watch the boats going in and out to the harbor


If you like to read more about this pretty little town at the coast of South Carolina, on the way to Myrtle Beach, so click here:

http://www.townofmcclellanville-sc.net
or here

http://www.townofmcclellanville-sc.net/history.html

8 comments:

Jeff said...

Hi Sue
Great pictures!
It's been a while since I have looked out your site.
Jeff

Susanne49 said...

Hi Jeff,

very nice to see you here again visiting my blog. I loved your sunrise and I still love ALL your pictures there.:-)

RennyBA said...

What great pictures Susanne and a great trip with a nice story too - thanks for sharing - seeing things like this through your eyes, makes me feel I'm almost there!

Btw: Haven't heard of a lady tree, but of course, no doubt :-)

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Renny,

for stopping by my blog and for your nice compliment. Yep that tree..."she" looked good and so "free" too..LOL..

Anna said...

Hi Susanne, that would be such a nice and peaceful place to live. Amazing shots as always. Anna :)

Susanne49 said...

It is a pretty place for living Anna,that's for sure.

Only tooooo many mosquitoes. Those beasts were eating me up...! :-)

Carole said...

It looks such a lovely relaxing place. I love the varanda & balcony of the first house, the quaint church is fab, and to relax in a hammock with beautciul scenery is heaven. What a lovely place to live.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Carol for your comment.:-)

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