Today, living onshore in Rock Hill, David W. and Liz Shaw can reminisce with slides of their sailboating days.
Today, living onshore in Rock Hill, David W. and Liz Shaw can reminisce with slides of their sailboating days.
Today, living onshore in Rock Hill, David W. and Liz Shaw can reminisce with slides of their sailboating days.

Setting sail for a new life

August 12, 2007 12:34 AM

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