Tag Archives: South Carolina

Thursday Doors

Raspberries anyone? Kiss or Bliss? They are kind of plain white doors, but who notices that when you have a house painted bright raspberry pink. Each one of these Raspberry condos sleeps 14. Winter rental rate averages $1,600-$1,900 a week … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Welcome to Hampton Plantation, McClellanville, SC, established in 1735, and sitting along the shore of the Wambaw Creek. It was built for Noe Serre, a Huguenot (member of the Reformed Church of France), with proceeds of the rice crop and … Continue reading

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Mid February

February is almost half over. Where did it go? I’ve been sick. Not in the hospital sick, but sinus cold type sick. I’ve been trying to get rid of it for almost a week using over the counter meds. I … Continue reading

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Nature

Why do people head south in the winter? The simple answer for this gardener is so I can be outside and enjoy nature in ways that don’t require a snow shovel or scraper. The camellias are blooming here, and the … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

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Thursday Doors

If you watch HGTV, you’ve probably heard the term ‘little house.’ Well, I’ve got a little church for you this week. The Travelers Chapel in Conway, SC, was built in 1972 by Rev. Emory Young, his son, Bruce Young, together … Continue reading

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Wildflower Art

On Saturday, two friends and I attended the first of three lectures on The Reign of Rice at Brookgreen Gardens. The Reign of Rice series explore theĀ Gullah Geechee heritage as it related to the production of rice on SC plantations. … Continue reading

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