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A ship is rounding Drum Island Reach.  Photo taken by Crayton Walters, 2006.

PHOTO ESSAY: Views from the water

Our friends at the Charleston Branch Pilots Association have a perspective on Charleston that’s different from most folks’.  They see the Holy City from the water as much as they do from the land.   Here are some photos taken through the years that highlight the area’s continuing and important connection to the maritime economy.  Enjoy.

PHOTO ESSAY:  Views from Newfoundland

PHOTO ESSAY: Views from Newfoundland

By Andy Brack, editor and publisher | Our family took a cool vacation — literally — last week to Newfoundland, where temperatures were downright chilly at times. During the early part of the week, weather was drizzly and cool, with day and night temperatures bouncing between 46 degrees and 55 degrees. As the week wore on, it got sunnier and bright with daytime temps reaching a comfortable 72 degrees.

We thought you’d enjoy these photos of the St. John’s area, which is marked by kind people, great food, good hikes and houses with more colors than on Rainbow Row. The city is slightly smaller than Charleston — 106,000 people — but has a long maritime history like that in the Holy City.

by · 07/17/2016 · 4 comments · Good news, Photo Essay, Photos
GOOD NEWS: Planning underway for Lowcountry Blue Trail project

GOOD NEWS: Planning underway for Lowcountry Blue Trail project

The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) was awarded a grant to partner with the Department of Interior’s National Park Service to lead the formation of a BCD Regional Blueways Coalition.

by · 06/29/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Good news, News briefs