Justin Winter's Carolina Lake and Mountain Blog

Touring a Home…from Your Home!

Perhaps it is a rainy day and you are not up for getting out and about. Maybe your day has a full schedule with the exception of a few moments. Or possibly you are out of town. Regardless of what may be going on in your life, you are thinking there is no way you… Read more »

“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical”

Although Christmas may be gone for this year, we are still celebrating and enjoying this holiday season. If you find yourself looking for something special to do in the area, how about taking in a show at Greenville’s Peace Center? Running from New Year’s Eve through Sunday, Jan 5th is “Beautiful – The Carole King… Read more »

34th Annual “Festival of Trees” in Downtown Greenville

A favorite treat for anyone in or near the Greenville area during the entire month of December is the annual Festival of Trees, presented by Bon Secours. Whether you have completed your Christmas tree or just getting your creative juices flowing, you need to check out these fantastic holiday trees! These glittering displays are in… Read more »

Fountain Inn’s “Christmas ‘Inn’ Our Town” Celebration

  Fountain Inn continues their “Christmas ‘Inn’ Our Town” celebration! Wednesdays through Sundays, concluding December 22nd, the city of Fountain Inn, South Carolina, will have not only Santa but carriage rides from 6 to 9pm. Click here for more information and to purchase your carriage ride ticket online to avoid the ticket line at the… Read more »

A Lunney Christmas!

We have previously highlighted a wonderful local museum in Seneca – the Lunney Museum. The well-preserved home and grounds offer a great education to visitors and the community alike. Periodically, the museum is home to various events. On Saturday, December 7th from 2pm to 8pm, you are invited to join them for “A Lunney Christmas”!… Read more »

Shop Small this Saturday!

The Saturday following Thanksgiving is Small Business Saturday and we love to brag about the many wonderful and unique small businesses in the area (in fact, too many to mention)! After you have had time to recover from feasting on Thursday and perhaps retail shopping on Friday, how about finding those oh-so-special gifts you just… Read more »

Fun Thanksgiving Trivia!

Thanksgiving in next week (we can hardly believe it either!) and thought it would be fun to share some interesting facts and trivia about this holiday. Well “Mother of Thanksgiving”! 19th century writer and editor Sarah J. Hale wrote countless letters and articles to President Abraham Lincoln urging him to recognize the holiday federally and… Read more »

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