“Words – especially written ones, meant only for us – have a power to comfort, tell truths, and communicate profound emotions in a way that few things can” – Nicholas Sparks, Every Breath The first beach mailbox I ever came across was on Bird Island, North Carolina. To get to this secluded spot, one must […]Read More Beach Mail
My favorite time of year to experience the lowcountry is definitely during the fall. Although the weather has only slightly cooled off from the summer months, there are so many local festivals and events to enjoy. Some of my favorite being centered around good food, music and seasonal drinks. Yesterday was the kick off to […]Read More Happy Fall Y’all!
In honor of World Turtle Day, we as Hilton Head islanders need to promote our coastal responsibilities. Our biggest responsibility, keeping our beaches clean and healthy for the local wildlife. May through October is a critical time for sea turtles as they nest along the shores. Loggerhead sea turtles are the most common turtle to […]Read More HHI Sea Turtle Protection Project Bucket Challenge
What’s a beach vacation without seeing the perfect sunset? The array of colors that spill over the water mirroring the sky is awe-inspiring. The sun slowly seeps into the Atlantic, waving a banner of purple and pink hews ever changing against the blue tides. There are numerous hideaways on the island that provide the perfect […]Read More South Carolina Sunsets: Hilton Head Island
From the top of the Harbour Town Lighthouse, one can view the gorgeous marina connected to the Calibogue Sound. Across the inlet lies a reclusive island only accessible by ferry, Daufuskie Island. The ferry ride to the island is a thirty minute trip with breathtaking water views featuring pelicans, dolphins, and bright skies. Significantly smaller than Hilton Head, Daufuskie is a little over two miles wide and about five miles long.Read More Discover Daufuskie
Throughout the year, Hilton Head becomes populous with visitors enjoying the subtleties of southern living. The island offers a plethora of ways to connect with natures greatest gifts and most beautiful color palette – palmetto tree greens, ocean blues, sandy browns, and sunset pinks. This vibrant array of colors can be found painting a fabulous lowcountry banner over the Atlantic Ocean, the Calibogue Sound, and the brackish waters of Skull Creek. With 12 miles of beaches, over 250 restaurants, and numerous cultural celebrations happening year round, there is so much to experience here.
This breathtaking island presents nothing less than southern charm to all. Here In Hilton Head intends to share all of the highs found in the lowcountry. Perhaps even some that annual tourists may have not yet discovered. Hilton Head Island’s lifestyle is awe inspiring for families, millennials, dog lovers, and especially those looking to take a step back and truly appreciate the miracles of the world around them.Read More A Lowcountry Marvel: Snow