Toothy grins abound as these five alligators basked in the warm sun Tuesday afternoon on the bank of a lagoon along the Rice Dike Trail in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Unfortunately, Tuesday's taste of spring will be short-lived as an approaching cold front will likely drive these gators, and not a few Lowcountry residents, back to their lairs for a few more days of winter.
Toothy grins abound as these five alligators basked in the warm sun Tuesday afternoon on the bank of a lagoon along the Rice Dike Trail in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Unfortunately, Tuesday's taste of spring will be short-lived as an approaching cold front will likely drive these gators, and not a few Lowcountry residents, back to their lairs for a few more days of winter. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Toothy grins abound as these five alligators basked in the warm sun Tuesday afternoon on the bank of a lagoon along the Rice Dike Trail in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Unfortunately, Tuesday's taste of spring will be short-lived as an approaching cold front will likely drive these gators, and not a few Lowcountry residents, back to their lairs for a few more days of winter. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

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February 23, 2010 07:03 PM

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