2011 Trip
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Charleston, SC
Charleston as seen from the boat to and from Fort Sumter.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
The Customs House highlights this photo of old Charleston.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Inside one of the historic market buildings vendors already are busy on a cool March weekday.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Charleston is known for its ghost stories. This vendor sold Oogles to keep the ghosts at bay.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
A supposedly haunted alley in old Charleston.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
A well-known restaurant, but Grandma and Grandpa skipped it.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
St. Philip's Episcopal Church, a National Historic Landmark.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
The Custom House.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
A wheeled trolley carries passengers around the old town.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
This alley is haunted, too, so the story goes.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Hand-made baskets for sale at the market.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Part of the historic market, the Daughters of the Confederacy have offices in the upper level.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
The market is composed of three individual buildings.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Grandpa would close his eyes every time he crossed this bridge to or from old Charleston.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Grandma Bert's photo gives an idea of how long the bridge is.
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC
Charleston, SC