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My March TBR + The Accidental Atomic Bombing of South Carolina

March is one of my favorite months. Especially when discussing South Carolina History. Today on Books and Mischief, wait is that what we're calling this series? Guess so... We'll be discussing not only the books I plan to read for March, beginning with Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles and ending with Andy Weir's The Martian … Continue reading My March TBR + The Accidental Atomic Bombing of South Carolina

SC State Parks Set to Reopen Friday, May 1

The South Carolina State Parks released this statement today regarding traveling to the parks. Please read all of the information below.  PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION BELOW Following public health protocols, South Carolina State Parks plan to reopen on Friday, May 1, on a limited basis.  Group facilities like picnic shelters and community buildings, will remain closed for the time … Continue reading SC State Parks Set to Reopen Friday, May 1

Earth Day 2020

Dear Mother Earth, I love you. This year as we celebrate the 50th Earth Day, it feels unlike any other. Instead of being out hiking on trails, lounging on a beach or swimming in a lake a majority of the human race is experiencing isolation working towards flattening the curve for Covid-19 cases. However, I … Continue reading Earth Day 2020

First Day Hike at Dreher Island State Park

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-bO3jpof-I&t=13s Since 2011, it’s been a tradition for us at Operation Adventure to bring in the New Year by getting outdoors and hiking. It is after all our belief that how you start off the New Year is how you will end it, which is why it’s important to bring in the New Year with … Continue reading First Day Hike at Dreher Island State Park

PODCAST PAYS TRIBUTE TO 62nd ANNIVERSARY OF ATOMIC BOMB DROP WITHOUT WARHEAD IN MARS BLUFF, SOUTH CAROLINA

ATOMIC BOMB WITHOUT WARHEAD DROPS IN MARS BLUFF, SOUTH CAROLINA – 62nd ANNIVERSARY On March 11th, 1958, the United States Air Force left Savannah on route to Europe for a training mission carrying an atomic bomb with no nuclear core. During the mission, Captain Earl Koehler, noticed there was a fault light signaling that the … Continue reading PODCAST PAYS TRIBUTE TO 62nd ANNIVERSARY OF ATOMIC BOMB DROP WITHOUT WARHEAD IN MARS BLUFF, SOUTH CAROLINA