A HISTORY OF THE HAMMOCK SHOPS By Lee Gordon Brockington “What Depression? Are we having a new Depression?” were the questions from a resident of the Waccamaw Neck in 1930. The South was gripped in
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By Hastings Hensel Above a crowd of nearly one hundred spectators, and against the backdrop of a cloudless blue sky, the Harris’ Hawk soared. From its vantage point, the bird presumably could have viewed the
Writing and beach item photography by Judy Drew Fairchild Walking along a Lowcountry beach is an exercise in beauty – sun glinting off the water; the ebb and flow of waves on the shore; pelicans
Sometimes it takes decades of vacationing in the Pawleys Island area and long-term planning before the dream of living in this beautiful place can be realized. And for some fortunate people, it happens quickly. More
Kayaking in the Pawleys Island Area By Hastings Hensel With water, water everywhere – and so much of it tidal and shallow and winding, especially in the back creeks – there is perhaps no better
Your vacation can be much more than a trip to the beach. Pull out your cameras as the whole family flies across the water in an air boat, soars 500 feet over the Atlantic, searches
Island Magazine’s Guest Guide is a fast reference to the best that the Pawleys Island, Litchfield Beach, DeBordieu, Georgetown and Murrells Inlet areas have to offer. The headings run alphabetically from Boating to Tours. It’s
by Patricia Gadek YEAR ROUND MURRELLS INLET 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS HOBCAW BARONY 22 Hobcaw Road, Georgetown (843) 546-4623 www.hobcawbarony.org A 16,000-acre natural preserve and historic site, Hobcaw Barony is open to the
Island Magazine’s Guest Guide is a fast reference to the best that the islands and surrounding areas have to offer. The headings run alphabetically from Attractions to Tours. It’s an easy way to choose activities
With a little bit of planning, your vacation to the Pawleys Island area can be much more than just a trip to the beach. Pull out your cameras as the whole family flies 500 feet over the Atlantic, searches for dolphins, kayaks down winding creeks or learns to surf. And there is nothing like the smile on a child who just caught their first fish or crab...