MAR 10 2016

4 Signs That You’re An Edisto 80s Baby

Year after year, Edisto Beach gets more and more visitors. Some of these are newcomers just starting out on making a lifetime of memories. Some are day-trippers finally checking out the best beach around. And some are a solid group that’s been coming for generations. Within that group of generational Edisto visitors, there is the … Continue reading 4 Signs That You’re An Edisto 80s Baby

APR 02 2014

Bidding for History: Help Preserve Seabrook Plantation

In 1810 a home was built on Edisto Island that became the prototype for all other grand estates in the area. The Federal-style home features two-and-a-half stories set upon a raised basement. The gabled roof has dormer windows with views of the vast marshland the surround the entirety of the plantation. Two guest houses, a … Continue reading Bidding for History: Help Preserve Seabrook Plantation

OCT 30 2013

Edisto Beach Piggly Wiggly Closing November 2

Edisto Beach Piggly Wiggly shoppers are noticing that the shelves are getting emptier by the minute. That’s because the upcoming switchover that will take the store and turn it into a Bi-Lo is coming up faster than anyone imagined. The current store will close Nov. 2 and will reopen as the Bi-Lo on Nov. 8. … Continue reading Edisto Beach Piggly Wiggly Closing November 2

DEC 10 2012

A Living Piece of History: The Horseshoe Crab

The horseshoe crab is a direct throwback to the day before dinosaurs roamed the earth, yet they’re a common occurrence on the beach. Scientists have traced the horseshoe crab back to the Paleozoic Era (when visible life first appeared), which means this popular creature actually provides the world with information about the entire planet’s climate, … Continue reading A Living Piece of History: The Horseshoe Crab

MAY 14 2012

How Has Edisto Changed Over the Years? Part 2

A couple of weeks ago we posted some memories of how Edisto has changed. Well, after some more glimpses back into the past, here are some more memories of how things used to be. Nowadays, everyone loves the Seacow, but back in the 80s and early 90s, the Schooner was the best place to go … Continue reading How Has Edisto Changed Over the Years? Part 2

APR 22 2012

How Has Edisto Changed Over the Years?

As a life-long lover of all things Edisto, it’s always fun to show off the island to newbies. First-timers are almost always amazed at how the beach is just that – a beach. They love seeing the dolphins pop in and out of the water as they make their way up and down the coast, … Continue reading How Has Edisto Changed Over the Years?

FEB 18 2012

Edisto Beach: A Look at the Beginning

There are people, numerous people, who flock to Edisto Beach year after year because of its apparent seclusion. They like that that nothing-to-do really means there’s everything in the world to do that matters – like visiting with friends and family while the Atlantic crashes onto the shore or nursing a beer on a rocking … Continue reading Edisto Beach: A Look at the Beginning