‘What’s Dorian?’: Myrtle Beach back to business as usual after little damage
It was business as usual in Myrtle Beach on Friday following Hurricane Dorian.
Despite the strong winds and flooding the area experienced when Dorian slammed the South Carolina coast on Thursday, residents were out and about on the beach, either soaking up the sun, exercising, seashell hunting or using metal detectors to discover what washed up along the shore.Continue Reading →
Hyperlapse shows a quiet Ocean Boulevard before Hurricane Dorian
Ocean Boulevard was quiet midday Wednesday as people prepared for Hurricane Dorian’s arrival. Most hotels were closed, but few businesses had boarded up for the storm.Continue Reading →
At least a dozen surfers were out in the waves around 65th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach midday Wednesday. The Grand Strand area is expected to start feeling Hurricane Dorian’s impacts later Wednesday evening.Continue Reading →
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”John Muir
A forest haven awaits at Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee, where you can enjoy the pursuit of wildlife, the thrill of whitewater, or of course, solitude on a backcountry trail like the once pictures.
The 650,000-acre forest is the largest tract of public land in Tennessee, and the perfect spot for exploring.
Take a day tour or stay over night, there are options for every kind of explorer through the link in our bio. – Recreation.gov
We are happy to announce our photo is featured on the cover of Homes & Land Magazine for The Grand Strand this month!
2180 Waterview Dr UNIT 527, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
4 beds • 3 baths • 2,350 sqft • SOLD $430,000 • Dec 11, 2018
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To date, we have shot over 250 homes along the Grand Strand.
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No matter what the weather, fall is an invigorating time to be riding on dirt.
Tsali Recreation Area, North Carolina
“Though some trails within the Nantahala National Forest are closed to bikes, the Tsali singletrack trails are nationally known for great mountain biking and generally rated as moderately difficult. Tsali (Sah-lee) Recreation Area’s four-loop system offers a variety of landscapes, and offer alternating days for mountain bikes and horses, so check before you go. You can climb one-foot wide rugged paths or travel flat, wide roads. Tsali’s trails meander through mixed pine and hardwoods on a peninsula stretching into Fontana Lake.”
– Kristi Bray, Recreation.gov