In the historic downtown area of Charleston there are still some original cobblestone streets dating back to the Civil War.
Near Shem Creek (where there are some great places to eat shrimp) in Mount Pleasant there are some wooden walkways that have been placed over the marsh so people can walk out for the view and to work up an appetite. I suppose I could also use this for metal since the Ravenel Bridge is in the background but I want to use another for metal.
The Ravenel Bridge going into Mount Pleasant. This bridge was built five or six years ago to replace the two scary old bridges from Mount Pleasant to Charleston. It was named for Arthur Ravenel, the State Senator who arranged for the money to build it. Charleston is one of those crazy political places that names things for people who are still alive.