A couple makes their way across debris left in the wake of last week's storm that also eroded dunes on the south end of Pawley's Island. The King tides and stormy conditions this past month have taken their toll on area beaches, with erosion evident in many areas along the Grand Strand.
A couple makes their way across debris left in the wake of last week's storm that also eroded dunes on the south end of Pawley's Island. The King tides and stormy conditions this past month have taken their toll on area beaches, with erosion evident in many areas along the Grand Strand. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews.com
A couple makes their way across debris left in the wake of last week's storm that also eroded dunes on the south end of Pawley's Island. The King tides and stormy conditions this past month have taken their toll on area beaches, with erosion evident in many areas along the Grand Strand. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews.com

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