A boardwalk stroll in Lee State Park, even in late winter, lets anyone enjoy a removal from the rest of the world, through a wetland forest with many trees their had their tops snapped off by Hurricane Hugo in 1989, leaving a lasting, yet lovely, identity in this 1,500-acre site about a half-hour west of Florence.
A boardwalk stroll in Lee State Park, even in late winter, lets anyone enjoy a removal from the rest of the world, through a wetland forest with many trees their had their tops snapped off by Hurricane Hugo in 1989, leaving a lasting, yet lovely, identity in this 1,500-acre site about a half-hour west of Florence. By Steve Palisin spalisin@thesunnews.com
A boardwalk stroll in Lee State Park, even in late winter, lets anyone enjoy a removal from the rest of the world, through a wetland forest with many trees their had their tops snapped off by Hurricane Hugo in 1989, leaving a lasting, yet lovely, identity in this 1,500-acre site about a half-hour west of Florence. By Steve Palisin spalisin@thesunnews.com

Let go rest of world during visit to Lee State Park

April 14, 2016 01:00 AM