River Respite

The Post and Courier ran a beautiful photograph by Wade Spees in today’s paper entitled, “River Respite.”  Here’s what they had to say about the shot…

Even though conditions weren’t really conducive to actually catching fish, James Echon stopped by the Ashley River ‘to wet a hook, watch the sun go down’ late Monday afternoon on his way home from work. ‘It’s serenity. This is basically what most fishermen do — regenerate.’

We couldn’t agree more!  In fact, one of our main priorities is to assure that the public continually celebrates its right to clean water.  If we continue to enjoy this amazing natural resource in a responsible manner – as a place to “regenerate,” as our office, as a playground – we are more likely to take pride and responsibility in protecting it.  So get on out there, and revel in our right to clean water!

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