Daily Archives: July 4th, 2012

Beaufort: How things change and stay the same

 I’ve been back and forth to Beaufort many times since I officially “grew up” there. It must have a hold on me because I never get tired of being there. Beaufort, like Savannah, is a place frozen in time. During the Civil War Beaufort surrendered to the Union Army and became one of their southern headquarters. …

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Hunting Island: Where I pondered the big questions and got all that sunburn

This is the view I have been waiting for. I spent so much time here when I was young, both as a child and as a young adult. Hunting Island State Park is a gem at the southern tip of South Carolina. It has seen many hurricanes and had much of its sand sucked out into …

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