Take time to smell the flowers, spring in the Southeast USA — The59Club

My sneeze attack this morning confused my brainy calendar. I set myself on Monday because I’m so allergic to that day, but quickly realized it was Tuesday. I stayed away from negative thoughts of a cold or flu and looked outside to confirm my suspicion of yellow pollen. It was twice as nice to see […]

via Take time to smell the flowers, spring in the Southeast USA — The59Club

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Bring home the colors of the sea, sands and sunsets

Folks in the Southeast USA get more than enough sunshine and vitamin D to keep their spirits high.  But even on a gloomy day you grab a can of cashews to increase your serotonin, and take a drive into one of the coastal communities and you will feel upbeat in no time at all.  Adding color to a house adds great curb appeal, personality and above all makes it a home.  A choice of paint color is not an impulsive move but more thought out like someone getting dressed to impress…..

Tip for travelers: If your on the I95, Georgia, South Carolina  and Florida all have unique coastal communities worth circling on your map for a scheduled stop.

 

 

 

Canopy of Oaks

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This long drive sets the tone for a relaxing atmosphere and very impressive “curb appeal”

 

Step back to the 1890’s-haunted places

I don’t have a whole lot to say about this Fort except that it was rather spooky to me even in the afternoon. It is located in Beaufort County a coastal S Carolina county and this is on St. Helena island that has a wealth of culture, marshland, wildlife and the after life. For those […]

via Step back to the 1890’s at Fort Fremont on Lands End Road-Beaufort S Carolina — The59Club