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April 2018





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Life Sailing before the Mast

By Randolph Stewart The winds whipped at 40 knots per hour in the North Atlantic in winter temperatures as the Statsraad Lehmkuhl, a three-masted steel Bark built in Germany in 1914, made its return transatlantic crossing from the U.S. to Bergen, Norway. Captain Marcus Seidl and his brother, Chief Officer David Seidl, joined the tall… Read More…

Spring Island Serenity

A spectacular island home showcases exceptional coastal architecture and the best of Lowcountry living. Article by Randolph Stewart / Photography by Richard Leo Johnson,  Atlantic Archives, Inc. “Many of the same extraordinary features that drew the earliest visitors to the island are still bringing them here today: majestic oak forests teeming with wildlife, saltwater estuaries with an… Read More…

Discover Wormsloe Historic Site

Just miles south of Bluffton is a Savannah treasure, which offers a glimpse into three centuries of history.   The iconic, tree-lined entrance to Wormsloe Historic Site in Savannah, which graced the cover of Gregg Allman’s “Low Country Blues” album, evokes a different era, turning back the hands of time to colonial Georgia. Drive down this majestic… Read More…

The Power of Ginger

This ancient root offers many health benefits from stimulating digestion to detoxifying the body. A rich source of iron, ginger has been widely used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years. This gnarled root, which was once thought to hold magical powers, has many modern-day health benefits. Used to ease nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, coughing… Read More…

Like A Lion: A Spring Reflection Story

Spring, like life, can be full of surprises. By Gene Cashman The morning was quiet, save the occasional birdsong or burst of chilly wind that raised the hood on the back of Firm’s windbreaker. He stood alone, resting his weight on the handle of his garden hoe, in no particular hurry to turn more earth…. Read More…