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Folly Beach at Thanksgiving, through the eyes of Laurie Bruton, contributer.

Through the past seasons and more and more, many of us are holding closer the values and traditions which exemplify our lives at Thanksgiving. We feel grateful for home, a shelter to secure us; for family and friends to laugh with and who uphold us; for food shared round a table; and for the natural richness of the ocean and living and playing on a barrier island such as Folly Beach with its warm, interesting and caring people. Yes, we are thankful, that’s what our easy smiles are all about.

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Greg Smith and Patrick James of Charleston. These surfers were at

The Washout Friday to benefit from the good surf that day. Both

expressed their appreciation for family, living by the beach and waves.

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The Venettes from Pawley’s Island at the Washout on Folly last weekend, Steven, Georgetta and son, Caleb.

Georgetta is a nurse for Grand Strand Regional Medical Center and expressed gratefulness for those surgeries

that have a good outcome and for Dr. Reid who she said is always personable and kind. They said one day

they’ll live here on Folly.

 

folly_beach_now_thanksgiving_turkey

Folly Beach at Thanksgiving, through the eyes of Laurie Bruton, contributer.

Through the past seasons and more and more, many of us are holding closer the values and traditions which exemplify our lives at Thanksgiving. We feel grateful for home, a shelter to secure us; for family and friends to laugh with and who uphold us; for food shared round a table; and for the natural richness of the ocean and living and playing on a barrier island such as Folly Beach with its warm, interesting and caring people. Yes, we are thankful, that’s what our easy smiles are all about.

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Greg Smith and Patrick James of Charleston. These surfers were at

The Washout Friday to benefit from the good surf that day. Both

expressed their appreciation for family, living by the beach and waves.

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The Venettes from Pawley’s Island at the Washout on Folly last weekend, Steven, Georgetta and son, Caleb.

Georgetta is a nurse for Grand Strand Regional Medical Center and expressed gratefulness for those surgeries

that have a good outcome and for Dr. Reid who she said is always personable and kind. They said one day

they’ll live here on Folly.