Onward-Played in Greenville South Carolina, The Easley (Green) 8u team played Pickens (White) in Greenville for second round of the Palmetto Playoffs on Saturday. Easley came out on top 44-28 advancing to the third round vs. Central on Tuesday at the Easley Sports Complex.
Played in Greenville, South Carolina on Saturday, the Easley (Green) 8u team beat Pickens (White) 44-28 to advance to the third round vs. Central in the Palmetto Football Tournament. A win on Tuesday night puts Easley in the Championship Game.
Some 250 miles away the clouds blowing out from the core of Hurricane Florence which made landfall the morning of September 14.
Sculpted in bronze by artist, Tuan Nguyen, “Meditation” which stands in Greenville, South Carolina
Stone bridge in Falls Park.
Downtown Greenville South Carolina
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Downtown Greenville’s surprisingly slick urban core is centered around Falls Park on the Reedy, one of the most scenic and well-designed urban green spaces in the country.
Greenville (pop. 68,000+) is located in the "Upstate" region of South Carolina. Here, Falls Park, which hugs the Reedy River, is a scenic parkland paradise of large waterfalls, scattered boulders, and manicured green spaces situated at the heart of a thriving central business district offering diverse restaurants, interesting shops, and luxurious hotels. A striking pedestrian bridge, a children’s downtown scavenger hunt for hidden bronze mice, and lots of shade trees also add to Downtown Greenville’s allure. Despite its relatively small city population, Greenville has a metro population of almost 900,000. (population data from Wikipedia)
South Main Street next to the Peace Center Gunter Theatre
Slickum Creek of South Carolina has some good waterfalls along its short path. This is one of them and it is only 100ft from the road. For a video guide of the hike to this waterfall, please visit: https://www.hdcarolina.com/episode/last-falls-on-slickum-and-sweet-thing-on-slickum
The Eugenia Duke pedestrian bridge over the Reedy River, at the former location of the railway bridge crossing.