The rain levels this summer are doing great things for our lake. Lake Thurmond collected 6.8 inches of rain in June. That’s a full 3 inches above the average. This number is significant for this time of year.
We’ve got a lot of hunters in the Augusta area and we thought it might be helpful to include the 2018-2019 Hunting Season Dates on our website. If you’re interested in looking at some great pieces of land for sale to do that hunting on, check out our land page here. Deer Season Archery […]
The recent rains have Thurmond hovering at full pool. The last time we were at full pool was almost exactly two years ago according to the Corps of Engineers.
A home shows and sells more efficiently with proper curb appeal and staging. Land is no different. With land, you want to make that same positive impact. You want to make a good first impression and make sure people come for a closer look.
This incredible property complete with a cabin and a large pond is located in North Augusta and is 74.88 total acres. On top of that, it’s only five minutes from Exit 1.
We’ve been getting more rain recently and that is a great thing for the lake. The levels are on the rise, but they’re not rising as fast as some of us would like or anticipate. So, why is that? The Corp of Engineers sent out an email this week about where all the rain is […]
It’s been raining a bit, but not enough to fill the lake back up. How much rain we’ve had an the outlook for 2017.
If not for three light days of rain in November, the Savannah River’s sub-basins would have none. For yet another month, Hartwell, Russell and Thurmond seemed to almost dodge showers. The sub-basins only collected measurable rain on Nov. 13 (0.17 inches at Hartwell; 0.45 at Russell and 0.41 at Thurmond) and waited until the last […]
Commander: An open letter on Savannah River Basin drought management Posted on October 31, 2014 by US Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District Editor’s Note: Since entering drought level 1 some stakeholders in the upper basin have written urging Savannah District leaders should take immediate and dramatic actions to preserve reservoir levels. Col. Thomas Tickner, the District Commander […]
If you’re thinking about purchasing property for equine use, the list of what to look for or look out for is virtually limitless. The problems and possibilities are often as obvious as they are exceptionally latent, but regardless, it’s imperative that you identify them early on.