Many Changes at Mayberry this Year

Our duck club on Sherman Island has undergone a tremendous overhaul this summer. Formerly a seasonal marsh, it is now a permanent marsh. This is a drastic change (the equivalent of a sex change), but we hope it will work out.  

Yesterday we raised several of our blinds in an effort to prepare for the changes.  

We uncovered several of our blinds and raised them so they will work at the new water level.

 The “new” Mayberry will have water year round and the depths will as much as five feet, with much of the area two feet or less. Wading may be a little treacherous at times. 

Here’s one of our barrels ready to be buried. Looks like a redneck did the work. Guess I’ll take the credit. 

The boards were "carefully" placed around the blind to make sure it does not float up.

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