A Day Trip With The Animals

Everybody loves a petting zoo. One of Stacey’s most favorite animals is the ring-tailed lemur, so when dear friends of ours told us of a place just 45 minutes outside of Charleston that has these precious little velvet-pawed babies, we knew it needed to be on our...
Picnics and Sunsets

Picnics and Sunsets

Locals know that one of the best places to check out a breathtaking Charleston sunset is Pickett Park at the Old Pitt Street Bridge in Mt Pleasant. Tucked in the back corner of Mt Pleasant’s oldest neighborhood, the Old Village, the ride past all the unique houses is...
Camping Like a Survivor

Camping Like a Survivor

If we didn’t have to be naked in the wild, or afraid, I’d probably consider signing us up for the hit TV show Naked and Afraid. But, as much as we like to think of ourselves as “survivors”, having to boil animal feces infested water to drink, make our own lean-to...
Mt Pleasant Farmer’s Market

Mt Pleasant Farmer’s Market

Tuesday afternoons in April through September from 3:30-7:00 you can do it like a local. At the Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market right on Coleman Blvd., a whole host of SC farmers gather to offer you your pick of their finest produce, meats, cheeses, jams, and...