Our trip to Santee State Park is entirely on two-lane highways - 55 miles per hour speed limit for the most part.
Cotton field - has been harvested. Note how flat the land is.
South Carolina divides itself into three regions - Near the coast is the Low Country - In the north in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains is the Piedmont region and in between these two is the Midlands. Here, we are in the Low Country. See how flat the land is and note the cotton fields on both sides of the highway.
There are lots of little towns along our way. Many of them are already decorating for the Christmas season. Note the silos right downtown and trees planted along side the street. I bet this is a nice place to live.
One thing these little towns have in common is that they don't want you speeding through their town. Note the speed limit of 20 MPH - that seems like siting dead still, it's so slow. You better not get caught exceeding the speed limit. Every little town has a jail!!!!
These residents have really decorated their yard.
OK, we have arrived.
Tomorrow, we'll publish lots of pictures taken in the park.
Ron, Tippy and Treky