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Thursday Doors

Welcome to Hampton Plantation, McClellanville, SC, established in 1735, and sitting along the shore of the Wambaw Creek. It was built for Noe Serre, a Huguenot (member of the Reformed Church of France), with proceeds of the rice crop and … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

If you watch HGTV, you’ve probably heard the term ‘little house.’ Well, I’ve got a little church for you this week. The Travelers Chapel in Conway, SC, was built in 1972 by Rev. Emory Young, his son, Bruce Young, together … Continue reading

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Thursday Door

We stopped at a store, and because of where we parked, when I got out of the car this beautiful white steeple seemed to be calling to me in that bright blue sky. Garden City Chapel sits between Murrells Inlet … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Greetings this Thursday from Murrells Inlet, Horry County, South Carolina, part of the Grand Strand. The Grand Strand is a continuous stretch of beach which runs along the northeastern part of SC. The Myrtle Beach metropolitan area, including Murrells Inlet, … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

It is Thanksgiving here in the United States. So, this is the most important door of the day in every household across the land. Through this door will pass turkey, dressing, a variety of veggies, and pie – lots of … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Welcome to my door this Thursday. I’ll put the coffee on. 🙂 We live in a large two-family farmhouse built in the early 1800’s with a handsome barn on almost four acres of land. Our daughter and her family live … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

I spent my youth watching westerns at the Proctor movie theatre on Sunday afternoons. So, when I heard about a NH stagecoach stop circa 1820 that had been saved, I had to check it out. The Webster Stagecoach Stop and … Continue reading

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