ON NOVEMBER SIXTH, 2019 I WENT FROM BEING A SASQUATCH BELIEVER TO A SASQUATCH “KNOWER”. NOTHING I’VE READ OR WATCHED HAD PREPARED ME FOR THE ENCOUNTER.
We here in Charleston like to call her “Flo”. https://youtu.be/KFBR_2R-6gQ You know it’s serious when Walmart closes for a week. Driving around Summerville, SC it’s becoming different. Doctor offices are closed. Some grocery stores are closed and a few are still open. We’re NOT evacuating. We’re on the second floor so we’ll be okay from [...]
The number of homeless veterans in the Low Country is hard to determine. We know one personally. We call him “Forest Brian”. Just like countless of veterans, Brian lives in the woods and forests which line the roads and highways in the Charleston area. Officials claim a recent drop of the homeless vet population of 35%. Many question this statistic.
Having moved to South Carolina, I was really excited to some “Squatching” of my own. I did not expect to find something this soon or where I found it.
Monck’s Corner, SC – At approximately 11:30 AM on 7 July, 2015, an F-16CM of the 55th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Wing from Shaw AFB, South Carolina collided in midair with a civilian Cessna 150.
Third Grader Olivia McConnell has spearheaded a fight with the South Carolina legislature to name the Woolly Mammoth as the Palmetto state’s State Fossil.
On September 25th, 2004, my oldest son Brian made the smartest decision in his life. He married Abby. Abby’s Story is a really good post her on her Blog. A beautiful story that will bring out the tissues. This is a story about what she didn’t see.