I was 14 years old the first time I came to Charleston and from that moment on; I was in love with the city. Leaving town, riding in the backseat of my parent’s station wagon and reading “Charleston” by Alexandra Ripley, I decided then and there I was going to live in Charleston, someday. (I know the book is fiction, but it IS historical fiction so at least I was learning a little something.) Years later, all grown up and after many, many, weekend get- a -ways in Charleston, we decided it would be less expensive for us to move here from Atlanta than to continue our significant support for the hotels and B&B’s in this lovely city. (By the way they are excellent)
So here we are living in Charleston and I am spending my days guiding guests and locals in our fair city to the society, scoundrels and conflicts that define Historic Charleston. We have a little tradition in my house – when I come home and say “I love living here”, it’s been a great day. (That happens a lot)
I hope that you enjoy my blog and some of the fun nuances of Charleston. Should you ever need an experienced guide with a heartfelt passion to introduce you to this wonderful city, please contact me.