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I Know What You Did Last Summer – Location Spotlight – Book vs Movie Part 2 – Burgaw, NC

Last week the Operation Adventure team traveled to Southport, NC visiting the filming locations for the 90s horror classic, I Know What You Did Last Summer. The film, which was based in Southport, filmed throughout the small fishing village; however, it also filmed an hour north in the small historic town of Burgaw, North Carolina. … Continue reading I Know What You Did Last Summer – Location Spotlight – Book vs Movie Part 2 – Burgaw, NC

Book to Movie – I Know What You Did Last Summer – On Location Spotlight

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21Ru_rHnRLo In October of 1973 the world was introduced to a group of teenage friends who after partying in the New Mexico Mountains accidentally run over a child returning home from a friends house. With panic and a fear of being arrested the friends never stop; however, do decide to call the cops in hopes … Continue reading Book to Movie – I Know What You Did Last Summer – On Location Spotlight

Exploring Landsford Canal State Park with Alexa Conners

Alongside the Catawba River sits 448 acres known as Landsford Canal State Park. Designed by Robert Mills, who also designed the Washington Monument, the canal was built to allow freight transport to bypass the rapids found in the Catawba River between the years of 1820 to 1835. Landsford Canal State Park consist of three sets … Continue reading Exploring Landsford Canal State Park with Alexa Conners

Top Five Things to do at Hunting Island State Park

Established in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Hunting Island is a 5,000-acre park with 5 miles of undeveloped beach. This secluded tropical paradise, which is located in the heart of South Carolinas Sea Islands, is home to an array of wildlife such as deer, alligators, snakes, and even a popular nesting ground for … Continue reading Top Five Things to do at Hunting Island State Park

Exploring an Abandoned Naval Installation

Located on Saint Helena Island sits Fort Fremont, an abandoned Naval Installation built in 1898 by the Army Corps of Engineers during the Spanish American War. Consisting of 170 acres, Fort Fremont was strategically designed to protect the Naval Station’s dry dock and coaling station, which sat across from the Beaufort River. The fort was … Continue reading Exploring an Abandoned Naval Installation

Exploring the ruins of Old Sheldon’s Church: The SC Lowcountry

Embarking on an adventure can and will lead you to some pretty unique places. Especially while traveling through South Carolina. In 2011, I set out on my first adventure. The route we had planned would take my sister and myself to Hunting Island State Park where we planned to walk the beach and climb the … Continue reading Exploring the ruins of Old Sheldon’s Church: The SC Lowcountry

Exploring the SC State Park Mountain Region

There are 47 State Parks located in South Carolina, all of which are hidden gems in themselves. Divided up there are four regions in the park system, those being, the Coastal Region, Sandhills Region, Lake Region, and Mountain Region. Today we explore the Mountain Region in the SC State Park System. In total there are … Continue reading Exploring the SC State Park Mountain Region

Exploring an ABANDONED Video Store in the Woods of Little Mountain, SC.

In the 90s, Chapin was home to a local run video store called, The Video Rack. However in the early 2000s the store closed its doors and was physically moved onto the owners property. The owner also happens to be a relative of mine so we decided to go drop by the store and see … Continue reading Exploring an ABANDONED Video Store in the Woods of Little Mountain, SC.

60 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF ATOMIC BOMB DROP WITHOUT WARHEAD IN MARS BLUFF, SOUTH CAROLINA

ATOMIC BOMB WITHOUT WARHEAD DROPS IN MARS BLUFF, SOUTH CAROLINA – 60 YEAR ANNIVERSARY On March 11<sup>th</sup>, 1958 an atomic bomb was accidentally dropped on the small community of Mars Bluff located in Florence, South Carolina. Luckily nobody was killed in the blast; however, a few people were injured. To celebrate the 60<sup>th</sup> Anniversary, we … Continue reading 60 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF ATOMIC BOMB DROP WITHOUT WARHEAD IN MARS BLUFF, SOUTH CAROLINA