Here’s another fish tale ’bout the one that got away

Perhaps I am being too cynical when I say, “Every man has a story.” Well, it’s true. Okay, most men have a story. You know what I’m talking about –…

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Botany Bay offers natural beauty, peek into history

On a barren and desolate beach, the remnants of many century-old trees still stand dignified in the heart of the beach. The beach, covered by shells, is the product of…

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Dam to Dam 100K Relay treks lake area’s backroads

In 2017, after running a 200-mile overnight relay through the mountains, Matt Porth and Simon Froese formulated the idea for a Dam to Dam relay. The two runners realized that…

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In a town of 66, the Palmetto Trail offers trek into the past

Populated by 66 individuals, the village of Peak, South Carolina, has just a few more people than the least populated town In South Carolina. The least populated, Smyrna, is populated…

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Hunting Island is worth a day trip or weekend getaway

It was one of those mornings. There was a heavy fog looming over the marsh as we drove out of Beaufort toward an unseen distant mass of land lost somewhere…

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Gnawing Question: Can pond owners and beavers coexist?

Deep within the heart of Lexington County, there is a quiet pond sitting just off the side of a county road. The road spans the length of the dam, which…

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Down country roads, bridges and waterfalls await visitors

  On the first cold day of the year, I wound my way through the South Carolina Upstate. The leaves were at their peak as the cold mountain air whipped…

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