Sampit River – Georgetown, South Carolina
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The Sampit River flows from the swampy regions of upland Georgetown County east to the Atlantic Ocean. It merges with the Pee Dee River, Black River, and Waccamaw Rivers at the city of Georgetown. Together these four rivers form beautiful Winyah Bay.
Reflections on the Sampit River
Contributor Dan Christie share an experience visiting Georgetown: “I have been coming to SC for 10 years. Now I live here. I love to visit Georgetown and just hang out by the commercial fishing boats. I love everything about them… the wood, the smell, the ropes, etc. My wife was with me when this was taken. My rendition includes some ropes on the piles, a snowy egret and a few artistic touches. I like how they are tied up by three. I want to go out and work with them some day just for the experience. I am glad they are still here working hard for us to enjoy!”
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