By D. Lanier Shook January 27, 2014
Fountains are amazing liquid sculptures. Except for occasionally in winter, they are in constant motion. We can shape the terrain they flow on, but a fountain is a unique sculpture each second. Maybe that’s why they’re so enjoyable. Earlier in the week we uploaded another video of the fountain in Shelby, North Carolina. You can see it by clicking here, but you could have seen it earlier this week if you were subscribed to our YouTube Channel. Here are four reasons to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
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Each video on our YouTube Channel is tightly focused around one theme: travel in Western North Carolina, Tennessee, and South Carolina. From Charleston Harbor to Caesar’s Head to local bands that’s what you’ll find. If you want this kind of content you need to check out our videos.
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You have limited time and money, so you need to maximize both. Our videos show before you go. We take you to Caesar’s Head, to Charleston Harbor, to Beaver Lake, to Craggy Gardens. You can see the area and make an informed decision whether it’s worth your time and money to go.
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Obviously the biggest reason to subscribe is the content itself. So take a minute and check out some of the 63 videos we’ve posted over the past few years. Here are a few really enjoyable ones.
- A Walk Around of Beaver Lake
- Big Nasty Jazz Performing at Bele Chere 2011
- Our Video of Charleston Harbor
- The View From Caesar’s Head
- A Complete Walkthrough of the Poinsett Bridge, the Oldest Bridge in South Carolina
- Waves Coming Ashore On Folly Beach
- The Dog Park at the McDonald’s in Orangeburg, South Carolina
- A Walkthrough of the City Park at Greer’s Town Hall
- Weaverville’s Lake Louise Fountain Lit Up at Night
- The Georgia Guidestones Near Elberton
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