Fall Colors and Scenes Around Walhalla, SC

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Gwen Fowler Real Estate, Inc 10307

Yellow Daiseys

I love fall colors. I love fall weather. I love fall football: College and high school and I love living in Walhalla SC where football, cooking out and enjoying friends and family is just a way of life.  I am so lucky to live in an area where I know my neighbors and we have time to slow down and enjoy football on Friday night at the high school and the Clemson Tigers on Saturday at the university.  Go Tigers, Go Gators.  We are a house divided sometimes.

This weekend is the 33rd annual Octoberfest.  We are celebrating that Walhalla was settled in 1858 by German Settlers from Charleston SC.  We have arts and crafts on Main Street.  Sertoma Field is the scene for the Fair atmosphere...rides, food and of course the '"beer" tent where you go to quench your thirst and to enjoy the band and dancing.  Come to Walhalla.  If you miss Octoberfest it is still a great little town to visit.

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Gwen Fowler-Brown

Gwen Fowler Real Estate, Inc
317 South Highway 11
West Union SC 29696
Serving Oconee County, from the banks of the Chattooga River to the shores of Jocassee, Hartwell & Keowee Lakes.


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Raiza Schwartz
West USA Realty - Ahwatukee, AZ

Beautiful picture!  I miss seeing fall colors since I moved to Arizona!

Oct 22, 2011 01:31 PM #1
Gwen Fowler
Gwen Fowler Real Estate, Inc - Salem, SC
864-638-3599, SC Mountains & Lakes Gwen Fowler R/E

Arizona has spring colors when the desert blooms.  Just a different season but still God's blessings.

Oct 23, 2011 08:58 AM #2
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