Monthly Archives: July 2019

Disc Golf Takes Flight in the Hyco Lake Region

Story and photos by Paul Liggitt Since the first curvilinear shape was observed in nature, probably a boulder rolling downhill, wheels, balls and discs have been invented for a staggering variety of uses. As an avid golfer, or should I say “ball golf” player, I have learned that a lot of my enjoyment of the game is largely dependent on ...

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Conservators Center: 20 Years of Community

Wic - Tiger Story and photos by Taylor Sharp Every morning, when I pull into the driveway of the Conservators Center, tucked away in rural Caswell County, I am greeted by a symphony. The dewy air hangs heavy with the songs of howling wolves, oofing lions, chuffling tigers, “waowing” jungle cats, chittering lemurs, and the melodic voices of New Guinea ...

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Dock Dockters

By Meredith Bernard A dock to a lake is as necessary as peanut butter is to two pieces of white bread and Smucker’s jelly. Simply put, it’s where lake life happens. On the dock is where babies get their first feel of the water on their chubby toes, where little ones catch their first fish with Grandpa, where teenagers find ...

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…in person

https://hycolakemagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/Vol-2/InPerson/inPersonByPhillipGillis.mp3 by phillip gillis Where a doorway between two pharmacies, once led to Oz in the mind of a child, now leads to Diagon Alley in the dreams of his children, might lead to something or someone or somewhere or…   Where you could rent a movie- (comedies in the front and horror movies up the ramp in the back) ...

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