Poem May

Four Egrets at the Reservoir Four great egrets, the wands of their slender necks waving, wade through tall reeds and tranquil water to the sound of a kingfisher’s call. The tops of surrounding [...]

A Day Away

The Magic of Lake Waccamaw Smooth paddling to marriage and mayflies and an ageless friend named John By Amy Lyon On a recent Sunday morning, my husband Jonathan and I mounted our bicycles onto [...]

True South

Only in the South When layaway simply won’t do By Susan S. Kelly Admit it: There are scenes and situations that could only happen in the South. I’m not talking about moonshine, magnolias, accents [...]

Almanac May

The soft thud of a magnolia blossom crashing down upon the tender earth takes me back . . . Rope hammock swing. Soft light filtering through smooth green leaves. Love notes tied with twine to [...]


Glossy Ibis A social wader of flooded fields and coastal marshlands By Susan Campbell Late spring is the time when wading birds abound along our coastline. Most are leading young of the year from [...]

Simple Life

Dirty Hands, Happy Heart And other gifts from the universe By Jim Dodson When all else fails, Mulligan the dog and I head for the garden. Possibly because I hail from a family of Carolina farmers [...]

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