Plane in Jeremy Creek

I got a phone call Saturday morning telling me that I should go down to the dock of Palmer’s Point and take a look across the creek.  You can imagine my surprise when I saw a plane pulled up at Leland Marine next to the typical array of of yachts, house boats,...

Asbestos and McClellanville Homes

The following is a guest post written by Joe Lederman and provided by Asbestos.com – The Leading Mesothelioma Cancer Resource.  I can’t attest to the frequency of presence of asbestos in homes in McClellanville, but it reinforces the need for a qualified...

Houseboat Trip to Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge

My family recently bought a houseboat and my wife and I were lucky enough to participate in the first trial run.  My mother, sister, nephew, and niece had stayed at the beach the previous night and my wife and I were to stay the next night. We followed a long windy...

The New Daughter Movie Update

Update: The New Daughter Released: Shots from Around McClellanville One unsuspected result of the articles I’ve written about the new Kevin Costner movie to be filmed in and around McClellanville, The New Daughter, is the number of people that have contacted me....

The New Daughter Comes to McClellanville

Update: The New Daughter Released: Shots from Around McClellanville I can now confirm my earlier post about the filming of the new Kevin Costner movie, The New Daughter, here in McClellanville . Film crews are already in the area and filming is slated to begin...

McClellanville Goes Hollywood Again?

Update: The New Daughter Released: Shots from Around McClellanville The Post and Courier reported today that McClellanville may be the new site for the filming of a horror movie called The New Daughter starring Kevin Costner. The article reports that McClellanville...

Do You Recycle?

Happy Blog Action Day! Today is the first ever “Blog Action Day“, in which 15,000 bloggers (website owners) have agreed to post an article on the same subject with the aim of changing the world. This years topic is the environment. That’s it, no...