Community Oven

DV and I had a spontaneous Saturday date day. (Ohhh, how I love teenage children.)  We headed up the coast toward Awendaw. During the American Revolution, this extremely swampy, rugged area hid Francis Marrion from Banastre Tarleton.  This area is now home to Sewee.  Across the street is the Awendaw Green.  The owner decided it would be great if their patrons could bake their own pizzas in a community oven.  April Magill is a wonderful local archetect who has a passion for community sourced, local benefitting projects.  We arrived and began a relaxing day of work.  No really, even for adults work can be therapeutic.  Great fun – good learning.

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  1. Looks like a really interesting way to spend a day. I enjoyed all the pictures.

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