Mo’ Edisto

The lane to the Ernest F. Hollings Wildlife Refuge is sandy, shady, and direct. And long. It’s a long, long lane. We wondered if we were on a wild goose chase, pardon the pun.

The lane ended in a parking place with a large two-story house in sight. An activity bus disgorged school children on an outing, and the park ranger couldn’t let us in the house because he was the only one on duty and had to lock it to give the tour for the kids. Not to worry. There were wonderful trails to explore.

There was a little outbuilding without identification, which was on the way to big house.


    

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Then we saw the rice trunk!

But what’s a rice trunk…

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