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Old 09-11-2007, 11:57 AM
 
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TREMENDOUSLY! Actually, I was on my way to work at my pt job near Soouth Park mall a couple Saturday's ago and a guy had flipped his pickup truck right before I got there on Barberville. He was about 15 feet or so off the side of the road near the ditch. I stopped and did what I could (I just got certified in first aid) and the guy seemed like he was going to be ok. He was at least coherehnt and knew his name, where he lived, etc. It happened right in front of that house with all the statues. The guy had a trailer and I think was turning from the side street onto Barberville and the weight shifted..
Oh you must be speaking of the house with the chain link fence all around it...protecting all those wonderful statues? Well, that was very nice of you to pull over and help the driver (kudos to you).

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BTW, Farley's pizzeria there at Old Lancaster Hwy and Providence RD W is excellent and open late.
Thanks for the tip on Farley's too!

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This is also the easiest way for me to get to Carolina Place mall too from my house as I would turn left onto Old Lancaster and it comes out by the Waldhorn.
yep, and then there is even another road that you can turn off on Barberville (making a left) that runs parallel to Old Lancaster (with a few zig zags here and there) that will spit you out by the furniture stores (but don't rely on this for a short cut...cause it's not...just more of interesting drive)
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Old 09-11-2007, 06:02 PM
 
Location: Tega Cay, SC
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Oh you must be speaking of the house with the chain link fence all around it...protecting all those wonderful statues? Well, that was very nice of you to pull over and help the driver (kudos to you).



Thanks for the tip on Farley's too!


yep, and then there is even another road that you can turn off on Barberville (making a left) that runs parallel to Old Lancaster (with a few zig zags here and there) that will spit you out by the furniture stores (but don't rely on this for a short cut...cause it's not...just more of interesting drive)

I think that's Harrisburg Road (SC)/Dorman Road (NC). I used to take Dorman and cut through the undeveloped section of Regent Park, until they blocked that entrance with concrete sewer thingies!

And to answer a previous poster, if you continue heading W on 160, it's another 10 minutes to Tega Cay. Unless it's busy in downtown Fort Mill, then maybe 15 minutes.
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:09 AM
 
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I think that's Harrisburg Road (SC)/Dorman Road (NC). I used to take Dorman and cut through the undeveloped section of Regent Park, until they blocked that entrance with concrete sewer thingies!

Yep...Harrisburg Road/Dorman is the road I was speaking of
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