We recently spent a few days exploring out in the western side of South Carolina. We stayed in a cabin near the Georgia border, along the Savannah River. This was an area we had never traveled, unfortunately we had some wet weather.
While we were in a car most times I’ll still lump this into my ‘Found On A Walk’ theme. We do get out and walk about after we find interesting spots. 😊
As with many towns lots of places have come and gone. The E. C. Rice ghost sign does live on.
The porch above contains a real treasure. Left side has an old washing machine with a hand wringer.
At some time several types of business were on this cross road. A fast but interesting stop.
Near Long Cane (Troy) , South Carolina.
2 thoughts on “Found While Exploring South Carolina (Found On A Walk)”
You’ve caught both the emptiness of the town and a feel for what it had been. I really like these!
Thank you. I’ve been doing the monochrome ‘Main Street USA’ theme for years. I started up north. The subject works perfectly with that format. Also, I never seem to run out of locations that work right in. Small town decline has never been worse, especially here in the south.