This view shows the finished board walkway among the leafy trees in Cancer Survivors Park. Join the upcoming fun and watch the Chop Cancer culinary competition on Friday August 26. It features 18 local celebrities and Upstate community leaders battling away in the kitchen to raise money for the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance.
The 3rd annual tomato sandwich taste-off was held Saturday at the Travelers Rest Farmers Market in Trailblazer Park. The public served as the judges; after sampling each entry, they voted by placing their silver fork in the mason jar of their favorite. It was a hard decision to make! The top 3 were
- Upcountry Provisions
- The Cafe@Williams Hardware
- Greenbrier Farms
This statue of “The Swimmer” by Jeanne Pasley is located in McDaniel Park. The McDaniel pocket park is dedicated to the Dorothy Haynsworth Garden Club in honor of its 50th anniversary. The park was opened last year, and is located near the corner of McDaniel Avenue and East Broad Street.
Lake Conestee Nature Park is a bird watcher’s paradise, as depicted by this sculpture near an entrance to a wooded area at the park.
Lake Conestee Nature Park continues to add educational signboards to point out more of the surrounding features. Access has been improved through adding additional boardwalks over soft ground.
This is the Pelham Mill Post Office. It is located off of Hwy 14. It sits right at the entrance to the trail and river ruins of the mill. It was moved from across the highway years ago and now it is finally being somewhat restored.
The boardwalks for the Cancer Survivor’s Park are under construction. The park will occupy the reedy river banks between Cleveland Street and Church Street.
Greenville SC Condos next to Cleveland Park
Remains of Greenville TB hospital in Herdklotz Park, just off of Rutherford Road. Some people claim that it is haunted.
Even though the roads were horrible and filled with crazy people, I got out to shoot this beautiful bridge in NE Greenville County.
From what I’ve read the red paint is not historically accurate for this bridge, and the county painted it to disguise the extensive repairs. I for one am glad they did.
Upstate South Carolina.