Denise Bass uses a paddle boat to travel from her beach home to dry land on Wednesday. Bass lives off Forestbrook Road in Socastee, SC. She and her husband have been stuck at the home since Friday, only leaving to go to the grocery store.
Denise Bass uses a paddle boat to travel from her beach home to dry land on Wednesday. Bass lives off Forestbrook Road in Socastee, SC. She and her husband have been stuck at the home since Friday, only leaving to go to the grocery store. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Denise Bass uses a paddle boat to travel from her beach home to dry land on Wednesday. Bass lives off Forestbrook Road in Socastee, SC. She and her husband have been stuck at the home since Friday, only leaving to go to the grocery store. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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