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the little black book for every busy woman® - charleston, sc; summer 2009

the little black book for every busy woman® - charleston, sc; summer 2009

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The Little Black Book for every busy woman® is your word of mouth directory to the best of the best businesses in Charleston, SC. We poll women in the community to find out who they recommend most often, and only those referred again and again are asked to be a part of the publication.

Need something not listed? Email Betty - our busy woman cover girl and your guide to Charleston - to find out who is recommended most often!
Betty@EveryBusyWoman.com
The Little Black Book for every busy woman® is your word of mouth directory to the best of the best businesses in Charleston, SC. We poll women in the community to find out who they recommend most often, and only those referred again and again are asked to be a part of the publication.

Need something not listed? Email Betty - our busy woman cover girl and your guide to Charleston - to find out who is recommended most often!
Betty@EveryBusyWoman.com

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compass transportation
Jason M. cronen, Managing Partner
clifford Pate, general Manager

From business travel to family vacations, airport transfers
to an extraordinary night on the town, a ride with Compass
complements any occasion with style and grace.
Little Black Book readers can receive a
RideCompass card preloaded with $20 of service towards
future travel by calling 843.559.0410.

3226 Maybank Highway, Suite E3, Johns Island, 29455
tel 843.559.0410 or 877.559.0410
email: jason@ridecompass.com; cliff@ridecompass.com
www.ridecompass.com

travel & transportation

Car Smarts

The US Environmental
Protection Agency made
researching eco-friendly car
options easier by assigning a
“greenhouse gas” score to most
models. Taking into account
emission rates and fuel economy,
you can make an informed
purchase for the cleanest,
greenest vehicle that is
right for you.

www.epa.gov/greenvehicles

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betty buzz: HIkING tHE LoWCouNtRy

We here at “The Little Black Book” are big fans of day hikes in the Lowcountry.
Here are some of our favorites that are close to home and easy enough for the
entire family to enjoy.

Dungannon Heritage Preserve (9.0 mile)
Gently rolling, mostly easy-to-follow, foot-traffc only, out-and-back dirt trail through
mixed forest and wetland areas.

The Palmetto Trail - Awendaw Passage (7.0 miles)
easy walking/biking section of the Palmetto trail. Scenic overlook and boardwalk.

Francis Marion National Forest - I’on Swamp (2.0 miles)
easy, two-mile loop trail along rice dikes that are a part of the remnants of the abandoned, Witheywood Plantation.
Famous among birders for the variety of species that are seen here during spring and fall migration.

Francis Marion National Forest - Sewee Shell Mound (1.0 mile)
easy loop featuring 2 Native American historical sites: the Sewee Shell Ring, a 4,000 year old trash pile of oyster rings
and another mound of discarded clamshells on the shores of the Intracoastal Waterway.

Looking for more? Visit http://sctrails.net for a complete list.
Want to top off your day with excellent barbeque? Visit http://lowcountrybbq.org

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1303-3 BEN SAWYER BLVD.
MT. PLEASANT, SC 29464

(843) 884-8611

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