The weather is warm, and spring is in the air. That can mean only one thing. It’s time for the 37th annual, world famous Blue Crab Festival located in the historic waterfront in Little River, SC. Mark your calendar and join the fun on May 19 and 20, from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Come hungry and enjoy fresh seafood,… Read More “The 37th Annual Little River Blue Crab Festival”
Happy Fall, Y’all…The leaves are changing color, the air is cool and brisk and the smell of pumpkin-flavored everything is all around us. Fall is here, people!Fall is a perfect season to visit the beach. It’s not too hot and not too crowded. And if you are as frugal as I am, you will appreciate the low prices that are… Read More “Happy Fall, Y’all”
Tuesday, February 21st, Murrells Inlet’s finest hit the Marshwalk for live music, a parade and the most festive of costumes. A great time was had by all!… Read More “Marshi Gras on the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk!”
A great way to celebrate the nice brisk weather and enjoy the company of hundreds of fellow oyster lovers, this annual creek-front tradition is a favorite for locals and visitors. Oyster-eaters belly up to the tables for an all-you-can-eat afternoon feast of steamed oysters. And you can bet…you will get your belly-fully of oysters that afternoon. All-you-can-eat oyster tickets cost… Read More “8th Annual Murrells Inlet Oyster Roast”
On Saturday, May 21st, Georgetown will celebrate the Annual Harborwalk Festival. Events range from harbor boat tours, to a bass fishing tournament and is topped off by a street dance until midnight with live music.
The festival was originally designed to help defray the cost of the downtown redevelopment. This included building the 12 foot wide Harborwalk along the shoreline… Read More “The Historic City of Georgetown”
If you haven’t been to the new boardwalk in the heart of Myrtle Beach, it is a great place to visit! Located in front of the lot that the former Myrtle Beach Pavilion and Amusement park used to sit on, the boardwalk runs the oceanfront, over a mile long in length. The Pavilion may not be there, but the sense… Read More “The Boardwalk of Myrtle Beach”