Image by Occupy Columbia A committee vote for Occupy Charleston to join Occupy Columbia this Sunday.
Update October 25: Local Ashley Burton snapped a few dozen shots from the Brittlebank Park rally that will give you a feel for the event.
From signs, to discussions, to rather pleasant views of camping in the park, you can check out them all over here.
Update October 24: The State has a brief report on the Charleston group's joining in Columbia and notes the addition was small but also says, "Protesters come and go, so it is hard to get a precise total number of those protesting."
The timing of the second rally certainly couldn't have helped, I saw some chatter that after 99 hours of Charleston protest, devotees weren't keen to miss their day jobs on Monday.
First reporting: Crowds have hovered around 100 people at Brittlebank Park for #OccupyCharleston's 99 hour protest, but the permit expires today at 3 p.m. and organizers are looking to keep the rally going by meeting up with fellow protesters at the Statehouse in Columbia at 6 p.m.
Coverage on the protest has been surprisingly thin, given the coverage on the lead up to the 99-hour rally, but The Post and Courier has a report on Saturday at Brittlebank (read that here) and a post about the planned convergence in Columbia and what's next for Charleston organizers (read that here).