Wednesday, November 24, 2010

A Preliminary Look at Sesqui State Park’s Recently Renovated mid-18th Century Log Cabin

It’s been busy here at the CarolinaConsidered Project for the past week or so. Somehow, I managed to erase every video on the Project’s YouTube account. Nearly 40 in all, with just the click of a mouse! Don’t ask me how it happened. Just fate.

clipartAnd don’t ask if I had backups! Fortunately, though I’d saved all of the raw video files and photos. So, for the past week I’ve been madly recreating the videos and getting them back up on their various posts. All done early this morning.

Lesson learned! Well, lesson taken, anyway. Now, back to a more normal routine. Which, as soon as possible, will include the remaining posts on the recent trip to Lake Wateree State Park.

cabin corner 01In the meantime, though, here’s a short video intended as a preliminary introduction to the recently renovated mid-18th century log cabin at Sesquicentennial State Park. It’s thought to be one of the oldest known standing structures in Richland County. Have a look:

I hope in the not too distant future to arrange interviews with folks who have better information about this important landmark.

Stay tuned. Next stop is Barnwell State Park.

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