July 2014


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by Lou Anne Liverman
The ancestral home of Rob and Carolyn McEachern has hosted generations of summertime sporting and fishing. Today the house, which maintains its original footprint, serves as the family's special gathering place. Stroll through the yard, Carolyn's colorful arrangement of vignettes, to hear the tale of the McEacherns' cottage.
 
 
 
Summer's no time for slaving over a hot stove; it s the season for light, easy suppers and festive picnics. This month, Wrightsville Beach Museum of History's board members share their favorite fresh and simple dishes. Try their recipes in your own kitchen and set the picnic table for a delicious summertime supper.
Three Wrightsville Beach sailing families take to the water for the freedom of accelerating over the waves and on the wind, and the sport's demand for physical and mental endurance. Climb aboard with them to learn about the joys and challenges of sailing.
 
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On the Banks of Hewlett's Creek
 
 
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