The Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) continued its Lowcountry autumn explorations. Members have been traveling far and wide as part of the season’s more than thirty trip offerings.
Entertainment took center stage as members enjoyed an evening at Charleston’s Black Fedora Night Club, helping to solve a scripted murder mystery in which several members acted as suspects and detectives.
Beautiful fall weather blessed a group who visited The Citadel to learn about its 180-year history from its beginnings on Marion Square. Members also witnessed the Parade of Cadets, a Citadel tradition.
The ongoing restoration of the H.L. Hunley Confederate submarine was the subject of a private SINHG visit to Clemson’s Warren Lasch Conservation Center in North Charleston, where the historic submarine has been undergoing conservation since being raised from Charleston Harbor 23 years ago.
SINHG member trips will continue through mid-December. A spring 2024 series will be announced soon. To learn about SINHG membership, visit sinhg.org
-Submitted by Norm Powers, for SINHG