Turkey Week on Lake Keowee Gobble Gobble!
It’s finally here! The best holiday of the month! The day of gluttony – a lot of turkey going down – we all look forward to. Arteries get ready for a workout.
Not a much better feeling than sitting in your recliner or on your favorite couch taking in your favorite show/ballgame/book with your pants unbuttoned due to your one day per year of excess turkey etc. splurging.
So hey, you’re just sitting there vegging. Why not open up your lap top and go to www.LakeKeoweeRealEstateExpert.com? Explore all of the latest listings, watch beautiful videos of our Lake Keowee area, research homes and lots available in all price categories, learn about landings around the lake, of course read this here blog, and oh so much more. I promise that by the time you decide to close the laptop you’ll be ready for a second helping of turkey, ham, biscuits, green beans, etc. and possibly go real estate shopping!
Business remains steady now that we’ve gotten a respite from the rain. We are taking a couple of tours around Thanksgiving and have several tours set up for our listings. It’s nice to see business continue at a good pace this time of year. It won’t be long before we hit the real slow times until next spring. The good news about those times is that the buyers who come through are ready to buy!
Here’s wishing all of you and yours a fantastic Thanksgiving! Let us know what other information you’d like discussed in this here Lake Keowee Real Estate Expert Blog. Gobble Gobble!
By Norm Cannada – SENECA – Thanksgiving is just two days away, and Christmas parades in the local area will quickly follow, with some parades likely coming before all the leftovers from Thursday are consumed.
Eight parades are scheduled in the area, with several of those happening next week…
SENECA – The World of Energy education center at Duke Energy’s Oconee Nuclear Station will host its sixth annual Festival of Trees, including photos with Santa Claus.
The Festival of Trees is a free holiday tree display open to the public from 9 a.m. -5 p.m., Monday through Friday, running Nov. 29 through Jan. 4. Local organizations and businesses will decorate more than 20 trees for the event. Visitors can vote on their favorite tree’s the top three winning organizations will receive $2,500, $1,500, and $1,000 grants from Duke Energy to donate to their registered charity of choice. A Tree-lighting ceremony is scheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29, in the World of Energy lobby…