Travel Log – 9/27/2007


Rick and I made it to North Carolina/South Carolina (or the “Carolinas” as they say) on Sunday and have enjoyed a couple days to catch up. Nothing too exciting, we needed it. We’ve done laundry, worked out (yeah!), grocery shopped, purchased a couple of great lounge chairs, caught up on email, participated in a couple teleconferences and just hanged out! The weather is unseasonably warm, so we’ve been out and about in the AM and stayed close to air conditioners after noon.

~ Lisa and Rick


Fort Mill, South Carolina

Fort Mill Facts

Fort Mill is a town in York County, South Carolina, and a suburb of the city of Charlotte, North Carolina. The population was 7,587 per the 2000 census. The greater Fort Mill area is the home of several nationally notable businesses, including Jim Bakker’s defunct Heritage USA, part of Carowinds theme park, Muzak, and Springs Industries. It is also home to Knights Stadium, the home of the AAA Charlotte Knights since 1990. The town also serves as the headquarters of Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps. The town of For Mill was also the site of the last Confederate Cabinet meeting. Fort Mill’s Confederate Park contains the nation’s only monument to slaves fighting on the Confederate side of the American Civil War. As of 2006 the entire Township of Fort Mill has a total of nearly 35,000 people residing within it. The current mayor is Charles E. Powers who has served since 1984.