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  1. SCSG-G4

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    Best seafood places are in Mount Pleasant, on Shem's Creek, IMHO. Most of the BBQ in the low country will be vinegar and pepper based, while the midlands will predominate with a mustard base. Only in the Piedmont (upstate) will you find tomato/ketchup based sauces in local BBQ eateries...
  2. SCSG-G4

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    Rick, for Southern food, try Lizzards Thicket, it's a local chain. For BBQ locally Little Pig's on Alpine Rd, Hudson's on 378 between West Columbia and Lexington, and Shealy's in Batesburg-Leesville come to mind.
  3. SCSG-G4

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    David, He just got back from the trip after getting feedback from members here about the area.
  4. SCSG-G4

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    A Personal visit is in order to determine the validity of all that we have offered both in this thread and via PM. Boots on the ground trump all second hand intel.
  5. SCSG-G4

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    1886. Many buildings were damaged, but it was too expensive to tear them down and rebuild, so many buildings were bolted together with very large iron rods passing through from one side of the building to the other. There are buildings still standing with the bolts, nuts and washers visible...
  6. SCSG-G4

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    People I knew at MUSC have passed to the other side, Dick Sosnowski and Julian Buxton, About the only ones I know down there now are COL Henry Durant, and a couple of neurosurgeons, Art Pacult and Curt Worthington. People I know from work live over in Mt. Pleasant.
  7. SCSG-G4

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    The termites we have are not 'native', but came in on lumber being imported about 100 years ago. Much more aggressive, but they can be contained by regular inspections by an exterminator. Annual termite inspections are generally required by the mortgage companies. Another plus is the Medical...
  8. SCSG-G4

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    You don't want to live in Charleston itself. Not only is it expensive for decent neighborhoods, but the whole place is built on muck (silt), which means the streets are 'lumpy', or will be. It's also not very high off mean high tide (floating furniture on the second floor of houses during...
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