Our creative director Caroline Gray was snapped in this image from Magnolia Gardens in Charleston, SC. Wonderful place to visit if you're in the area. Plan almost a whole day if you're going to do all the tours available.
According to Merriam-Webster.
: one living in a lowland area especially in the southeastern U.S.
NOTE: This term is most common in South Carolina, where it is used in the names of businesses, organizations, and public facilities as well as a term for South Carolinians in general.
OK . It fits, we're definitely sandlappers!
Hard to beat this view from the Patriot's Point golf links. A beautiful afternoon on Charleston Harbor, Ft. Sumter in the background. Such a great time of year!
Dock Dogs at the annual SEWE (Southeastern Wildlife Exposition) are always a treat to watch. We have a "Boat Dog" belt style, maybe we need a "Dock Dog" one, too! Enjoy the video.
CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt clears the Ravenel bridge with the assistance of Moran tugs on Sept. 14, 2017. In August, the Roosevelt set a record for the largest ship to cross the Panama Canal, and it is the largest ship to call on the Port of Charleston at 14,414 TEUs. Photo by Elizabeth Hills and courtesy of Charleston Currents.
Hi. It's Helen, Founder and General Manager.