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Wow! Charleston is so beautiful! We go there for weekend trips occassionally. It's about a 2-3 hour drive for us, but well worth it. Great parks, lots of activities for kids and adults, lots of shops and walking spaces. Great history! We love it there, but stuck in Columbia for a while because of DH's job with the Army.
That seems to be the case with everyone who lives out there! Due to their husband being in the military...
It is making me wonder who actually lives out there to live out there! (In denial - don't wanna move!) Blarg.
Well I am glad to hear it is a beautiful place to be. I do like historic cities, I was looking at their website and it seems to be just that! The only thing I am not looking forward to is the humidity /cries
The first summer will be rough for you guys, but after that you won't notice much. Good friends of ours live in Denver, CO and are about to have their first baby! We have been out there a few times before Maddie was born and it was so beautiful in CO too. Good thing is in Charleston you can wear your flip flops all year round! Lol!
Yes that is true... I joked with my husband the other night (we just bought a sun dress for me) that I could wear the dress all year round. Out here you can't even really wear a dress during the summer because its so freaking windy (and other then that just too cold) I guess that is one thing to look forward to!
It is just such a different state though! I have been getting more positive about it. But like you said, I am guessing the first summer is the toughest and it is smooth sailing from there.
Someone I know mentioned that it is cool becauase of the ocean breeze... Does that seem true from your experience?