BOB SOFALY ¥ The Beaufort Gazette
Tony Nolan,(CQ) left and Luke Smith(CQ) push the base of their snowman across the street Saturday morning. Nolan said their snowman was going great until it collapsed. They decided to roll the remains across the street into a drainage ditch along Hickory Street in Shell Point and let it melt.
BOB SOFALY ¥ The Beaufort Gazette Tony Nolan,(CQ) left and Luke Smith(CQ) push the base of their snowman across the street Saturday morning. Nolan said their snowman was going great until it collapsed. They decided to roll the remains across the street into a drainage ditch along Hickory Street in Shell Point and let it melt.
BOB SOFALY ¥ The Beaufort Gazette Tony Nolan,(CQ) left and Luke Smith(CQ) push the base of their snowman across the street Saturday morning. Nolan said their snowman was going great until it collapsed. They decided to roll the remains across the street into a drainage ditch along Hickory Street in Shell Point and let it melt.

Snow powders portions of Beaufort County

February 12, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED February 13, 2010 01:11 PM

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