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Hooray – Shrimp Season Has Begun

Here in the Lowcountry, we are very proud of our much-loved shrimp.  It is delicate, sweet in flavor and, in most of our opinions, the best to be found anywhere.  The shrimping season revolves around the life cycle of shrimp.  When it is time for the shrimp to spawn, the shrimping season is closed.  After the shrimp are tested and have reached an acceptable …

So, How’s the Market?

As you long term readers will recognize, this is the favorite question asked of me at cocktail and dinner parties, in the grocery, at the beach, and anywhere I encounter friends and past clients.  While never a simple answer, there are some points worth recognizing. This spring and early summer, my inquiries requesting information about real estate are on the rise.  Both Hilton Head …

Progress vs History Hilton Head Island

Most visitors and locals are pleased to have the addition of multiple flights in and out of Hilton Head Airport.  The proximity of the airport to the island communities makes weekend trips and traveling for business much easier. Progress can be a good thing, but often there are sacrifices and unintended consequences to making things happen. St James Church is the oldest continuously operating …

Soak Up Some Culture at the Heritage Library

My clients and friends often ask me for suggestions of things to do, especially in the summer when we all have so many guests.  It is a good idea to share some of our culture and history in addition to spending time at our phenomenal beaches and enjoying endless sporting activities. The Heritage Library is a great treasure and resource for visitors and residents.  …

What’s New in the Lowcountry?

Hilton Head Island A new trolley service will be up and running this summer. It is sure to be a hit with passengers with its range of features. There will be Wi-Fi, an area for strollers and wheelchairs, mobile apps, bicycle racks, GPS tracking and air conditioning! Shelter Cove, Park Plaza and Coligny Beach are some of the convenient stops, but drivers will allow …

HGTV “Homes with History” Feature

It may be surprising that a real estate agent would watch HGTV as buyers shop for homes and designers bring new life to outdated homes, but I admit to being caught up in some of their programs when I am recharging. My husband refers to it as “a busman’s holiday”, which I assume means that the bus driver continues that service with his family …

The Waddell Mariculture Center

I am an avid fan of our local paper, the Island Packet. I often read an article that reminds me of reasons why I am here and why I love living in the Lowcountry. This was one of those weeks… The Waddell Mariculture Center has been protecting our waters since it took its first water and soil samples in 1979. Located on the Colleton …

Day Trip to Daufuskie Island

Daufuskie Island is a true gem in local heritage and culture. Tucked between Savannah and Hilton Head Island, access is only available by boat. There are several ways to get there even if you don’t have your own boat and I recommend you put a visit on your family “to do” list. Consider the Island Artisans and History Tour available through Outside Hilton Head. …

Bluffton, a State of Mind?

This question comes to mind because of the growing size and popularity of this special and somewhat quirky community. A few weeks ago, David Lauderdale, an editor and writer for the Island Packet, reviewed this question in an article he wrote. I loved the article and wanted to share some things with you. He begins by telling us that the soul of Bluffton is …

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