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Boardwalk Over Swamp On Wrights Bluff Nature Trail
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Out for a quick stroll on Wright's Bluff Nature Trail. We were hoping to see some reptiles off of the boardwalks, but no such luck. We did have a goose become attached to the SUV and follow us around for a while. It finally gave up chase and headed back to Lake Marion. Still not sure what to think of that goose when it would fly ahead of us, land, and then open up his wings to stop us in the SUV!

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Uploaded: 18/09/2012
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Tags: south carolina; fort watson; lake marion; swamp
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