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It is a SC thing but nothing was unknowingly misinterpreted. Being an SC native I'm aware the crescent was actually part of the revolutionary war uniform. However, whether we like it or not, these days the crescent is pretty much a de-facto moon.................... I thought I was doing a fair Dennis Conner pose. lol
OK, I'll give you the "Dennis Conner" pose. I'm not from SC, but I've become fond of the history of that flag as flown with the gorget in it's less than moon-like position and with the red field as well as blue. It's wonderful how both the palmetto trunks absorbing the force of cannon balls and the gorget symbol of armament can stand as a palm in moonlight. - anyway, beautiful name, Aythya crew
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2010 - the stink pot goes up for sale!...and it's back to sail for us.

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