Wesley Campbell, who has been peddling vegetables since he was 5 years old, says he will remain in business on U.S. 278 despite the encroaching construction on the Bluffton Parkway flyover.
Wesley Campbell, who has been peddling vegetables since he was 5 years old, says he will remain in business on U.S. 278 despite the encroaching construction on the Bluffton Parkway flyover.
Wesley Campbell, who has been peddling vegetables since he was 5 years old, says he will remain in business on U.S. 278 despite the encroaching construction on the Bluffton Parkway flyover.

Roadside fruit stand on road to Hilton Head will survive new flyover

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