Belle’s Legacy

The child stepped off the yacht as soon as the men on the pier had tied up the vessel. All the way from New York, her father had described South Carolina and the rice plantation he had just purchased in the Lowcountry for their family to use as a winter retreat. Isabel Wilcox Baruch, five years old and full of courage and curiosity, led her brother and sister onto the bluff above Winyah Bay, where they turned and beheld the view...

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A Walk on the Beach

Everyone enjoys a relaxing walk on the beach, but not many people are able to name or know much about the fascinating shells and other items they discover on their walks. Here are a few you might be curious about. See how many you can find! And if you come across live specimens, be sure to put them back in the ocean...

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Natives and Newcomers: A History of the Waccamaw Neck

By Lee Gordon Brockington LaBruce-Lemon House, Pawleys Island - Photograph by Ginny Horton Traveling in the Pawleys Island area, it’s common to see bumper stickers with “Native” written on them. Ever since Hurricane

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Making Memories…A Guide to the Area’s Best Kid-Friendly 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 goes crabbing, experiences

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