entering Greenville

After Bearwallow, we stopped off at the historic Poinsett Bridge just a few miles into South Carolina – originally on the state road from Greenville to Asheville, built in 1820. We took just a short walk, but it was good to stretch our legs; it was indeed a picturesque spot, and Ritchey joined the Calahan Branch.

I took the advice of the nice couple I met in Brevard the other day, and visited Grateful Brews and the nearby Pita House for dinner – I absolutely stuffed myself on the best Mediterranean food I’ve had in years.

Today, we’re just getting some work done and plan to see more of this town later on this beautiful sunny day.

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