We had so much fun at the Carolina Renaissance Festival Student Days last week! Jason and I have been several times by ourselves over the years, but this was the first time we took the kids. We had such a great day! I thought I would share some pictures with you of our day…
Over July 4th weekend, we drove my father-in-law home to Pennsylvania. He had been staying with us for a few months. It’s a pretty long drive, so we ended up leaving our older two kids with their grandparents here. On the way home, we decided to stop and tour Endless Caverns, which is only a few minutes off the interstate we were on. You can actually see a huge sign on the side of the mountain from the interstate around where the caverns are at. Hulk and Princess had so much fun! Caverns are always neat and especially on a hot summer day, it is a great way to cool off.
The tour was about an hour long and it was definitely worth it! We learned that the caverns were found by a young boy who was rabbit hunting. Apparently the rabbit he was after jumped down into a hold leading into the caverns and he followed it. We even learned that in the early 1900’s they had parties in a large area of the cavern and it was even referred to as a “Speak Easy” back in the day! We also learned that it is called Endless Caverns because they continue to find more and more and it seems to keep going all through the mountains. It was very beautiful and such a reminder of God’s wonderful creation. If you love Caverns and have a chance you should check this one out!
Memorial Day Weekend we took a few days and went to Charleston, SC. My father-in-law has been here with us and so he came along as well. I thought I would share with you a little about our adventures!
We camped at Mt. Pleasant KOA, which was a wonderful campground! There was a children’s playground right beside our tent site, a pool and very convenient showers and bathrooms. We were also right beside a lake, which was nice but brought a lot of mosquitoes!