‘What’s Dorian?’: Myrtle Beach back to business as usual after little damage
It was business as usual in Myrtle Beach on Friday following Hurricane Dorian.
Despite the strong winds and flooding the area experienced when Dorian slammed the South Carolina coast on Thursday, residents were out and about on the beach, either soaking up the sun, exercising, seashell hunting or using metal detectors to discover what washed up along the shore.Continue Reading →
At least a dozen surfers were out in the waves around 65th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach midday Wednesday. The Grand Strand area is expected to start feeling Hurricane Dorian’s impacts later Wednesday evening.Continue Reading →
On a brisk January morning, I went whale watching from my favorite neighborhood “crow’s nest” on the end of 79th Ave N. at Grande Dunes shore, in Myrtle Beach, SC.
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Not only did I see a beautiful humpback whale, I captured a few glimpses on video.
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Poinsett State Park: Often referred to as “The Mountains of the Midlands, ” this park yields some of the most unique natural sightings in the park system, especially along the Palmetto trail. Hiking and biking trails wind through the entire park, and Poinsett’s 10-acre lake can be used for fishing and johnboat rentals.The Island Packet, Hilton Head, SC