This Superbowl Sunday, we’ll be seeing red as the Kansas City Chiefs play the San Francisco 49ers. Even if these aren’t your favorite teams, Superbowl Sunday is the perfect time to sit down with family and friends for one of America’s biggest sporting events of the year. Show your spirit with these winning party ideas:
First off, begin planning your… Read More “Superbowl Sunday Party Ideas”
We have all heard once or twice not to swim by a pier, but what is the exact reasoning for this? While movies and TV shows have made it look fun to jump and splash around these structures, there are many underlying dangers. For one, many pier jumpers will face legal consequences. In Horry County, for example, there is a… Read More “Safety Tips for Swimming by the Pier”
Each January first, we like to imagine all of the ways we will be different in the next 365 days. Our resolutions include how we will eat better, work harder, change our mindsets. Sometimes along the way, we lose sight of the amazing things we hope to do and fall back into the patterns of life. So, this year, let’s… Read More “Bring the Beach into Your 2020 Resolution”
If you’re missing the calming lull of ocean waves, think about taking a ride out into the Atlantic on a dolphin tour! With some companies continuing into the winter months, there are various options to take the family on a fun, educational day trip—or to just start planning ahead for 2020!
Most dolphin tours glide through the coastal waterways in… Read More “Dolphins”
As winter slowly approaches and steals away our beach days, we may want to hold onto the things that remind us of those warm afternoons in the sun. One way to do this is to bring the beach inside—minus the sand. And so, we turn to decorate with seashells, a wonderfully nautical, and cheap solution to our winter blues.
Displaying… Read More “Seashells”
Fall, the season of crunchy leaves, cool breezes, and football. Yes, the season to huddle in the bleachers or around the coffee table, cheering on your favorite players. This year do something special for your fellow-football-fans with a fun party! Here are some ideas to pumpkin-spice it up:
Organize a neighborhood tailgate! Not everybody wants to line up outside of… Read More “Football season is in full swing”
Pawleys Island, South Carolina is one of many historically rich sites on our long coast. Although the exact founding is not certain, it is believed to be named after Percival Pawley and his three sons: George, Anthony, and Percival Jr. In 1711, Percival was the first European to begin developing plantations on the Waccamaw Neck. During the Civil War, most… Read More “The History of Pawleys Island”
It’s hard to beat the South Carolina summer heat with temperatures averaging well above 80° Fahrenheit daily. While the summer heat is most commonly accompanied by concerns of adequate sunblock application or strategizing how to get from your car to the office without getting sweat stains on your work attire, protecting our feet are often overlooked.
Most of us don’t… Read More “Flip Flops and Sandals”
As Summer quickly approaches an end, many families are getting that last beach trip in before life returns to reality. Myrtle Beach’s lively atmosphere and warm waters are the perfect place.
Now that Summer is full-fledge the water is warmer which may cause the tides to be more aggressive than normal. During this season riptide safety is much more critical.… Read More “Rip Current Safety”
Located on the south end of the Grand Strand, Murrells Inlet has one of the richest histories in South Carolina. As one of the oldest coastal communities, it was founded in 1731 by English colonist John Morrall. The inlet was right in the center of South Carolina’s rice empire and it became a bustling port for shipping out rice, indigo,… Read More “The History of Murrells Inlet”