The start of Fall means changing leaves, pumpkin spice, and sweater weather to most places in the world. While all of those things are wonderful, when you live in the South, Fall means a few different traditions. From oyster roasts to beach bonfires, autumn looks a little different when you live in a warmer climate. We don’t typically experience “real” Fall weather until late November. While I miss watching leaves change it’s nice experiencing our city’s slower pace as the beach crowds thin. Since Fall in the South is a little different I thought I’d share my Charleston Fall Bucket List with you!