Mt Pleasant SC -- Alligators

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Real Estate Broker Owner with Liz Loadholt- AgentOwned Realty- Covering SC

Alligator warning sign by Eliza 6-6-2010

originally posted on Mama Liz Blog
Alligators are in the pond between Laurel Lakes and the Loadholt property. This morning while Boyd was doing his early morning walk, one was sunning on the Loadholt property side of the lake animation - alligatorjust behind the barn on the edge of the pond. So, those of you who go swimming in that pond had better think twice about doing that -- I hear folks saying "Nah, there are no alligators there" -- Well, Boyd saw one with his own eyes this morning. The one he saw was about 3 feet long -- so there are probably others in there. Eliza, our granddaughter, made a sign and we helped her post it on a tree to warn folks about the alligators.

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Claude ---- oh,my gosh -- that thing is huge -- BTW, loved getting to meet you and Jane in Charlotte -- you were easy to recognize.
         
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June 16, 2010 02:01 PM
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Judi ---- yes -- you do not want to have an alligator for a swimming partner.
         
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June 16, 2010 02:02 PM
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Todd --- wish that you and your family would come to Charleston for a visit ---
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June 16, 2010 02:14 PM
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After all, it is South Carolina, and all water is suspect to these little critters. The pond I live near, a 15 footer was taken just a couple of years ago!

June 23, 2010 03:17 PM
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My mother lives in a rocks throw away from Lake Moultrie in  Cross, SC. The alligators in that water are huge. When I go home to visit, I make all effort to arrive before dark. There have been times when were were greets after Sunday services with an Alligator sunning in the front yard.

 Carolyn

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