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Spring is in the air, but that's not all
Spring is in the air, but it's not the only thing. The weather in Eastern North Carolina these past few weeks has been glorious. It makes me want to shake off the sleepy sluggishness of winter, bask under the bright blue sky, dig in the garden, cook out on the grill, throw open the windows. Except for one thing.
Full calendar lies ahead for TASS
Tarboro Association of Saltwater Sportsman (TASS) welcomed 60 members to their recent annual membership meeting at 33 Grill & Oyster Bar in Tarboro. TASS President, David Mears, and his Board of Directors were unanimously voted in for another 1-year term. David is a good leader, and has always done an exemplary job for TASS.
Good seafood, and a room full of like-minded fisherpersons, telling lies and bragging about their latest catch. What’s not to like?
10 Reasons To Kick The Water Bottle Habit
In the current oppressive summer heat, keeping the body properly hydrated is essential. Grabbing a prepackaged bottle of water may be super convenient, but it might not be the safest, healthiest or most responsible choice. It’s a common misconception that drinking bottled water is safer and healthier than water from your kitchen sink. And, of course, since plastic bottles get recycled, we aren’t doing any harm to the environment, right? Actually neither could be farther from the truth. Here are 10 solid reasons to kick your water bottle habit.
Paper or Plastic? Neither
Father’s Day weekend our family, like many families around here in the summer, made the trek to North Carolina’s Outer Banks. It wouldn’t be summer without at least a few days playing in salt water and soaking up some sunshine. Nothing says summer like the beach, and North Carolina has some of the fairest beaches on the Atlantic Coast.
- Spring is in the air, but that's not all