Faces of Fall

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Beaufort celebrates the first feeling of autumn with a host of fun, diverse events

A reception to honor the work of folk artist and St. Helena Island native Sam Doyle was held at the ARTworks gallery on Boundary Street.
A reception to honor the work of folk artist and St. Helena Island native Sam Doyle was held at the ARTworks gallery on Boundary Street.
Sisters Sydney Harris, left, and Sierra Harris, right, chill out on the sandbar with their pot-bellied pig “Sausage” in the middle.
Sisters Sydney Harris, left, and Sierra Harris, right, chill out on the sandbar with their pot-bellied pig “Sausage” in the middle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The National Alliance on Mental Illness held its inaugural Pig Pickin’ in the Park last Saturday at Live Oak Park in Port Royal. More than 200 people showed up to dine on fresh barbecue and to listen to the Shell Point Band with Tom Cook, Dan Sullivan, John O’Neill, Beth Brittman and Bob Marion. Photo by Bob Sofaly.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness held its inaugural Pig Pickin’ in the Park last Saturday at Live Oak Park in Port Royal. More than 200 people showed up to dine on fresh barbecue and to listen to the Shell Point Band with Tom Cook, Dan Sullivan, John O’Neill, Beth Brittman and Bob Marion. Photo by Bob Sofaly.

 

 

 

 

 

Vicky Norris, left, and Jill Striebinger are a among the first in line for some traditional pork BBQ with all the fixins’ during the inaugural Pig Pickin’ in the Park on Saturday in Port Royal.
Vicky Norris, left, and Jill Striebinger are a among the first in line for some traditional pork BBQ with all the fixins’ during the inaugural Pig Pickin’ in the Park on Saturday in Port Royal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brent Fitts and Larry Stanley of JKimmy Fitts’ Catering uncover the roasted pig for the inaugural Pig Pickin’ in the Park on Saturday in Port Royal.
Brent Fitts and Larry Stanley of JKimmy Fitts’ Catering uncover the roasted pig for the inaugural Pig Pickin’ in the Park on Saturday in Port Royal.

 

 

 

 

LEFT: Some of the more than 200 people enjoying an afternoon of good BBQ and good music during the inaugural Pig Pickin’ in the Park.
LEFT: Some of the more than 200 people enjoying an afternoon of good BBQ and good music during the inaugural Pig Pickin’ in the Park.

 

 

 

 

 

Ricky Crosby, the Yemassee Mud Run’s official “Mud Wrangler,” tries to get through mud nearly 3 feet thick while he looks for parts of a universal joint that broke off one of the trucks during Sunday’s event. Photo by Bob Sofaly.
Ricky Crosby, the Yemassee Mud Run’s official “Mud Wrangler,” tries to get through mud nearly 3 feet thick while he looks for parts of a universal joint that broke off one of the trucks during Sunday’s event. Photo by Bob Sofaly.

 

 

 

 

LEFT: Johnny Martin, Jr. powers his Unlimited Class 1996 Ford F150 to the starting point of Sunday’s mud run in Yemassee. Martin’s truck, Blue Thunder is nitros powered, 1,200 horsepower monster with 48-inch tires. Martin said the truck doesn’t actually drive the 225-foot mud trench but hydroplanes over the surface of the gooey mud.
LEFT: Johnny Martin, Jr. powers his Unlimited Class 1996 Ford F150 to the starting point of Sunday’s mud run in Yemassee. Martin’s truck, Blue Thunder is nitros powered, 1,200 horsepower monster with 48-inch tires. Martin said the truck doesn’t actually drive the 225-foot mud trench but hydroplanes over the surface of the gooey mud.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cody Loadholt uses all the power his Toyota truck “Mudtallica” can generate  in the 44” class during Sunday’s mud run in Yemassee.
Cody Loadholt uses all the power his Toyota truck “Mudtallica” can generate in the 44” class during Sunday’s mud run in Yemassee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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