Thirty people last summer paid a premium ($10 adults, $5 kids) for a spot on the Caesars Head overlook, usually closed after dark, for a spectacular view of Fourth of July fireworks displays in the several Upstate cities below. That might be a regular revenue source in the future. Here, the sun sets and a  chilly autumn breeze rustles nearby trees, Yunuen Cortez, left, and Francisco Rojas, right, both of Greenville, huddle together Oct. 28, 2007, to enjoy the sweeping fall vistas from the top.
Thirty people last summer paid a premium ($10 adults, $5 kids) for a spot on the Caesars Head overlook, usually closed after dark, for a spectacular view of Fourth of July fireworks displays in the several Upstate cities below. That might be a regular revenue source in the future. Here, the sun sets and a chilly autumn breeze rustles nearby trees, Yunuen Cortez, left, and Francisco Rojas, right, both of Greenville, huddle together Oct. 28, 2007, to enjoy the sweeping fall vistas from the top. The State
Thirty people last summer paid a premium ($10 adults, $5 kids) for a spot on the Caesars Head overlook, usually closed after dark, for a spectacular view of Fourth of July fireworks displays in the several Upstate cities below. That might be a regular revenue source in the future. Here, the sun sets and a chilly autumn breeze rustles nearby trees, Yunuen Cortez, left, and Francisco Rojas, right, both of Greenville, huddle together Oct. 28, 2007, to enjoy the sweeping fall vistas from the top. The State

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