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The Art of Craftsmanship is Preserving Bluffton

Have you ever thought about how Bluffton was built in the late 1800s and early 1900s? Original growth longleaf pine and cypress was readily available, cut down and dragged out of the woods, milled by steam-driven saws, loaded onto steamships that delivered the material to our docks, or carried on wooden wagons pulled by mules… Read More…

Picture Day on the May River

Every Wednesday, interns from the University of South Carolina Beaufort board research vessel Spartina for a dolphin survey. A telephoto lens and a quick trigger finger aim to capture the dorsal fin of Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins (not porpoises) in the May River. Each dorsal fin is unique to the individual like a fingerprint. Interns in… Read More…

Cart Before The Horse

Today, golf carts are being used for much more than a round of golf. On any given day in Bluffton, we see more and more golf cars joining in parades, at the Farmer’s Market on Thursdays, at our many festivals, out shopping or at shows, in the school drop off line, at work, while dining… Read More…

Painter West Fraser Answers the Call of the Southern Coast

After days spent in his dream studio in Costa Rica crafting beautiful paintings on his easel, plein-air painter West Fraser will once again return to the Southern Coast he calls home—the coast that beckons him back after trips to Tuscany, Scandinavia, the Caribbean and Europe. The place where seagulls squawk overhead in the salty air,… Read More…

Going Nuts In Bluffton for the Boiled Peanut Festival

Just before the battle, the General hears a row He says “The Yanks are coming, I hear their rifles now.” He looks down the roadway, and what d’ya think he sees?The Georgia Militia cracking goober peas. Peas, peas, peas, peas Eating goober peas Goodness, how delicious, Eating goober peas. “Goober Peas” by A. Linder excerpted… Read More…