Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor signs are popping up along Highway 17!
I first became acquainted with Les Parks through his gardening blog, A Tidewater Gardener, where he shares beautiful photographs of his own garden as well as those of gardens he visits. more.
From their website:
"Little Church on the side of US Highway 17, where EVERYBODY is SOMEBODY, and Jesus is Head of US ALL" more.
I first came across the photography of Meryl Truett when I was searching online for information about Highway 17, and I came across her 2008 Blurb book, "Highway 17 The Road Less Traveled". I was drawn to the images she included in the book, but love more.
Just over a year ago, I was driving south on Highway 17 from Portsmouth, Virginia and stopped for the first time in Edenton, North Carolina. more.