A broad expanse of sand now protects the homes along the shore of Port Royal Plantation from the ocean, following last winter's beach restoration project. Nearby, a rock groin was constructed to help prevent the severe erosion that necessitated the emergency nourishment.
A broad expanse of sand now protects the homes along the shore of Port Royal Plantation from the ocean, following last winter's beach restoration project. Nearby, a rock groin was constructed to help prevent the severe erosion that necessitated the emergency nourishment. Jay Karr
A broad expanse of sand now protects the homes along the shore of Port Royal Plantation from the ocean, following last winter's beach restoration project. Nearby, a rock groin was constructed to help prevent the severe erosion that necessitated the emergency nourishment. Jay Karr

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