South of the Border

Last month, my family went down to McClellanville , South Carolina to attend a funeral and visit other relatives. (There’ll be a separate post on that soon.)  On the way down there, we stopped at South of Border. It’s a famous landmark on the border of North & South Carolina.  It’s not as impressive as it was in recent years and it was unsurprisingly dead in the middle of January. However, if you’re passing by during the summer and need to stretch your legs, it’s worth a visit. They have some interesting restaurants (ice cream and corn dogs, anyone?), a new attraction called Reptile Lagoon, and lots of shops and rides to keep everyone entertained.

You’ll See the Signs A Mile Away

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Browse The Merchandise- Don’t Forget The Fireworks!

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