In this file photo, Barbara de Neeve, Bluffton resident and member of the Beaufort County Open Land Trust, walks along the first completed mile of the Spanish Moss Trail near Depot Road in Beaufort shortly after it was opened.
In this file photo, Barbara de Neeve, Bluffton resident and member of the Beaufort County Open Land Trust, walks along the first completed mile of the Spanish Moss Trail near Depot Road in Beaufort shortly after it was opened. Sarah Welliver
In this file photo, Barbara de Neeve, Bluffton resident and member of the Beaufort County Open Land Trust, walks along the first completed mile of the Spanish Moss Trail near Depot Road in Beaufort shortly after it was opened. Sarah Welliver

Beaufort's Spanish Moss Trail to advance south toward Port Royal

April 15, 2013 12:08 PM

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