The Anchorage restaurant has recently opened in the Village of West Greenville at the corner of Perry Avenue and Pendleton Street. The building has been renovated into an inviting location and it features a creative menu that is sure to please the taste buds.
These newly planted trees have popped up in bloom during the warm weather. The normally cool winter weather will return by the weekend, so I hope this type of tree will not be damaged by blooming early.
There was a crowd in Falls Park over the weekend for the Upstate Women’s March, despite the pouring rain which was needed otherwise. A Right to Life group also marched around town the same day. I’m glad there was the chance for peaceful expression by everyone.
The retail window of Orvis on North Laurens Street. Orvis sells gear and clothing for the great outdoors and has some fly fishing classes and supplies.
This round stone is seen by the RiverPlace walkway under the Main Street bridge. More than just a stone, it is thought to be one of the grain grinding wheels from the original Vardry McBee grist mill back in the early 1800’s. Several years ago, it was retrieved from the bottom of the Reedy River and moved under the bridge.
Enjoying the weather on Liberty Bridge.
The weather changed from a weekend of snow to several days in the upper 70’s the following weekend. So off come the jackets and out come the shorts and short sleeves.
Bicycle parking in front of the Upstate Craft Beer Co.
The Upstate Craft Beer Co is open inside the historic Claussen Bakery building on Augusta Street. It is unique in that it offers a U-Brew service: they offer a selection of about 30 recipes to serve as a starting point. Customers can adjust the recipe to optimize to their liking and brew a batch of beer there.
They also have a bar with a restaurant menu for lunch and dinner, and have a retail section with supplies for home brewers.