Linda Pennington, left, of Signal Mountain, Tenn., and Patsy Haire of Pembroke, Ga., read their books Monday while relaxing at Hunting Island State Park. The women said they are part of the Mermaid Group, a group of women from many different states, who meet occasional to relax together at a beaches up and down the East Coast. The choice for this trip was Hunting Island.
Linda Pennington, left, of Signal Mountain, Tenn., and Patsy Haire of Pembroke, Ga., read their books Monday while relaxing at Hunting Island State Park. The women said they are part of the Mermaid Group, a group of women from many different states, who meet occasional to relax together at a beaches up and down the East Coast. The choice for this trip was Hunting Island. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Linda Pennington, left, of Signal Mountain, Tenn., and Patsy Haire of Pembroke, Ga., read their books Monday while relaxing at Hunting Island State Park. The women said they are part of the Mermaid Group, a group of women from many different states, who meet occasional to relax together at a beaches up and down the East Coast. The choice for this trip was Hunting Island. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

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