Monday, December 10, 2007

South Carolina Dreams

When Frank and I were in South Carolina for Thanksgiving in 2003 we happened upon a piece of property for sale in Newberry County, and we fell in love with it. It's in the middle of the Sumter National Forest. One boundary is the county road, and the other three boundaries are public lands that we don't expect to be developed. The surrounding area is wooded, but our property is clear excepting for a few trees scattered around, and trees around the edges.

The property is almost 29 acres, and it's where we plan to build our new home. It's truly out in the country, but it's only about 5 miles from a small town with a supermarket, and about 9 miles from the county seat.

Over the next few months I'll be sharing our plans and progress as we build our home.

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