The rush of the water and the pull of the tide as a gnarled old tree still stands chest deep in the swirling Atlantic.
If you have never seen these boneyards along the coast of South Carolina and Georgia then you are missing out. This twisted speciman on Bulls Island is much more interesting in person than I can ever make it. 🙂
This coming weekend we kick off the our Spring in Charleston Workshop. This is an absolutely amazing time of the year to be in Charleston as the weather warms up and the low country sheds what little cold slumber it had. The azaleas are already blooming and the water is getting warmer. Before the summer crowds hit, it’s the perfect time to visit the Holy City.
This coming weekend however there is a lot going on though. Not only do we have our event, but also the Bridge Run and Flowertown Festival. Luckily for us we don’t go anywhere near those parts of town so we will avoid the bulk of the crowds.
We are headed to Bulls Island as well as a number of other awesome locations. I’m really excited to visit this gem again and share it with our group.
It’s been sold out for a while now, but we just had one cancellation so let me know if you want to come join us and I’ll get you all the information.
What is your favorite thing about Spring?