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  • Time lapse shows if Hilton Head's Red Buoy could talk it wouldn't say I'm lonely

    Here’s a time lapse video taken on Thursday morning of the U.S. Coast Guard's Buoy No. 8 that washed up on Hilton Head Island's South Forest Beach after Tropical Storm Irma on it's one month anniversary.

Here’s a time lapse video taken on Thursday morning of the U.S. Coast Guard's Buoy No. 8 that washed up on Hilton Head Island's South Forest Beach after Tropical Storm Irma on it's one month anniversary. Jay Karr Staff video
Here’s a time lapse video taken on Thursday morning of the U.S. Coast Guard's Buoy No. 8 that washed up on Hilton Head Island's South Forest Beach after Tropical Storm Irma on it's one month anniversary. Jay Karr Staff video

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After Irma, stranded buoy becomes new Hilton Head landmark 3:05

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'We were just mocking the Europeans': Dancer explains the origins of Chilenos de Morenos, a folkloric dance from Mexico 1:13

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The boat wrecks of Broad Creek 1:46

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  • How popular is Hilton Head's stranded buoy? Watch this timelapse.

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David Lauderdale writes about the people, culture, traditions and issues of the South Carolina Lowcountry.