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It was a wet day, but that did not dampen our excitement. We were heading for one of the few places in South Carolina that my good friend, a South Carolina native, has not visited – Abbeville.
Its finally here: Turkey season opened April 1!
Summer camps are plentiful for preschool through high school students in York County.
Local dignitaries, including former U.S. Rep. John Spratt, shared fond memories with a crowd of about 75 people on March 16 as they dedicated a state historical marker at the now McCelvey Center.
With the start of the 2013 turkey season, it makes sense to start pulling out all of your gear in preparation for April 1.
Recently, as a group of us were wrapping up a work day on our hunting property, we gathered back at our camp house to chew the fat before departing.
In our January column, we recommended a wine by Paul Hobbs. It generated many questions and inquiries. Hobbs is a talented and different type of winemaker.
Despite the fact that we’re now officially into March, it’s still quite cold outside.
I met a princess who shared with me that her dad made a treehouse to protect them from the dragons. Then, I stepped on the lily pads and made bullfrogs croak.