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Georgia Guidestones, Elbert County, GeorgiaGeorgia GuidestonesElbert County, GeorgiaThe Georgia Guidestones are fascinating and worth the side trip! Located in Elberton, GA, not too far from the Georgia/ South Carolina border. I...Sassafras Mountain, Pickens County, South CarolinaSassafras MountainPickens County, South CarolinaA great spot for sunsets! For a video guide of this destination, please visit: https://www.hdcarolina.com/episode/sassafras-mountainCedar Key, FloridaCedar KeyFloridaI don't know how long Cedar Key will remain a secret since Men's Health just rated it as one of the best beaches in the world so you better check...Poinsett Bridge Heritage Preserve, Greenville County, South CarolinaPoinsett Bridge Heritage PreserveGreenville County, South CarolinaOne of my favorite #localgems. Love this place in every season. #southcarolina #localgemHubba Hubba Smokehouse, Flat Rock, North CarolinaHubba Hubba SmokehouseFlat Rock, North CarolinaGreat pulled pork sandwich, and okra & tomatoes on rice. Good blues on radio.Symmes Chapel, Pretty Place, YMCA Camp Greenville, Greenville County, South CarolinaSymmes Chapel, Pretty Place, YMCA Camp GreenvilleGreenville County, South Carolina#chapel #amazing #mountains #pretty placeDixie Drive In, Greenwood, South CarolinaDixie Drive InGreenwood, South Carolinabest burgers in town!Franklin Springs, GeorgiaFranklin SpringsGeorgiaZebsPickens, South CarolinaPickensSouth CarolinaPractically a landmark it is so long abandoned.Pickens, South CarolinaPickensSouth CarolinaLeftover railroad car, Pickens. Been rusting there for years.Ruhamah Church, Anderson County, South CarolinaRuhamah ChurchAnderson County, South CarolinaOld steps leading to the old Ruhamah which means mercy in hebrew. Built in the late 1800'sRuhamah Church, Anderson County, South CarolinaRuhamah ChurchAnderson County, South CarolinaOld school house from turn of the century. Kids had to bring a bucket of water to have water to drink.Holland Store, South CarolinaHolland StoreSouth CarolinaOld 1800s store
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