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A Barefoot Sandfiddler Reports

Wednesday, August 24
Before the bridges and golfers, when the notion of a Lowcountry "lifestyle" was just our way of life, being a wild child meant living as Mother Nature's Son, spending summer months barefoot and 16 miles by boat away from parents, rules, laws, and cares. It really was that way, people! Roger Pinckney shares the childhood of a Lowcountry writer and we learn why he's such a sought-after tour guide. Authenticity and true love shines through. Click to hear what being wild in the 60's meant to a teenager on an isolated barrier island in the intracoastal waterway. Imagine the Beaufort County, South Carolina that was.