Friday, June 19, 2015

Shark Teeth-Shark Tooth Hunting

Shark tooth hunting is a fun family activity. Take your time and give it a go. You might be surprised what you might find.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

10 Reasons to Love Outdoor Showers an article by

I wanted to share this great article from Houzz.
Outdoor showers are wonderful features for summer homes as well as primary residences.
I do think it is refreshing to come right off of the beach, shower outside, and quickly be ready to relax and cool off.

10 Reasons to Love Outdoor Showers

Showers Keep summertime dirt and sand outside with a shower area that turns an everyday routine into an exhilarating experience
1. An outdoor shower makes an ideal pool house cleanup and changing area. If you have a pool (or hot tub), adding an outdoor shower can make the experience of getting in and out a bit easier. No more dripping water through the house when you can rinse, dry and change in the comfort of a private outdoor shower.

2. An outdoor shower is handy for getting kids clean … without mucking up the house. If you have young children, you’re probably well practiced in the art of wrangling a dirty/muddy/wet child (along with all of those wet and muddy clothes) through the house to the bathroom at cleanup time. With an outdoor shower, wee ones can get squeaky clean without the mess ever seeing the inside of your house. Bonus: Fussy kids who resist getting hosed off from a cold water­ only spigot usually love a nice warm outdoor shower.
3. An outdoor shower can be a lifesaver with a houseful of summer guests. When you’re hosting a crowd of overnight guests, bathroom space can quickly feel limited. Ease the pressure on indoor bathrooms by taking your own showers outdoors (and offer guests the option). Just be sure your outdoor shower has privacy walls and a door that latches.

4. An outdoor shower makes a convenient one ­stop dog­ cleaning spot. Tired of muddy paw prints in the house? Corral your furry friend in a fenced outdoor shower equipped with a hand­held nozzle, and washing up after a day at the doggy park is a breeze. 

 5. An outdoor shower can rinse off post­ gardening dirt. Avid gardeners know that planting and maintaining a garden is a messy business. Rinse just your feet and garden clogs with a foot­ level nozzle, or dunk your whole head under!

6. An outdoor shower is a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day. In areas with hot summers, there are days when cooling down is the only thing on anyone’s mind. Position your outdoor shower in a shady, private spot and indulge in the cool water when the heat is unbearable.

7. An outdoor shower can give you a resort­like experience at home. Bring home the feel of a tropical vacation with your own outdoor shower, complete with oversize rain shower head. Ramp up the resort vibe by treating yourself to a few fancy bath products to keep in the shower, along with a stack of fluffy white towels nearby.

8. An outdoor shower is a musthave if you live near the beach. If you do reside seaside, an outdoor shower is of course the hands­down best way to keep sand outdoors where it belongs. Installing a foot shower is a worthy addition — even folks who don’t want to bother with a full shower can at least rinse off sandy toes before stepping into the house.

9. An outdoor shower is an easy spot to rinse off after a run. Get quick relief for hot, tired muscles after running with a quick jump in the outdoor shower. It’s easier than going inside, and the breeze will cool you down even quicker. Just remember to set out towels and a change of clothes ahead of time.

10. An outdoor shower makes an everyday routine extra special. As long as it’s private enough, there’s no reason an outdoor shower can’t be used for your daily cleanse, at least in the warmer months. And if it’s as beautiful as the version shown here (complete with a jungle of potted plants), it will feel more like an adventure than a routine. Browse more photos of outdoor showers Tell us: Do you have an outdoor shower? Would you like one? More: How to Add an Outdoor Shower

Monday, June 15, 2015

2015 Blue Heron Men's Member-Guest Results

The 2015 DeBordieu Member Guest enjoyed great weather and a challenging, fast and fantastic golf course. Congratulations to the flight winners as well as this year's Champions. 
Below is from the DeBordieu Club.

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The 2015 Blue Heron Men's Member-Guest concluded yesterday evening.  In an exciting playoff, Marsden Haigh made a 3 footer to win by a shot over the team of Andy Peace and Chase McGill.  Thank you to all who participated in the largest field since 2004!  A special thank you to Randy Habeck and Park Smith, who served as Co-Chairmen of the event.

Congratulations to the Champions
and all of the Flight winners!!

2015 Blue Heron Men's Member-Guest Champions
Marsden Haigh & Davis Williams


Blue Heron Flight
Randy Hebert & Ryan Smith

Snowy Egret Flight
Elliott Koonce & Cam McLain

Pelican Flight
Carl Fisher & Patrick Fisher

Cormorant Flight
Andy Peace & Chase McGill

Sandpiper Flight
Chad Gibson & Ernie Player

Osprey Flight
Jack Blythe & Tom McElwee

Seagull Flight
Tom Davis & Rhodes McLanahan

Ibis Flight
Lou & Chris Cervini

Green Heron Flight
Tug Tugwell & David Carter


Woodstork Flight
Lawton Rogers & Bill Livingston

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Featured Home-734 Wallace Pate Drive

DeBordieu Golf Course Community - Impeccably maintained and recently improved with a new open, updated kitchen, this one level home looks and feels like a brand new house! Its the prettiest house in DeBordieu. The quality is obvious the minute you walk through the double door with beveled lead glass to the marble foyer leading to the formal living and dining rooms. 

The home is nestled between live oaks and sits on the DeBordieu golf Club's hole # 13.

Friday, May 8, 2015

Featured Home- 206 Brandon Way, Georgetown, SC

On the water at DeBordieu's great par 3 hole #4. This is a wonderful golf home, ground level, and only a fun golf card ride away from the beach.

Enjoy one story simple living with this three bedroom three bath home. It is splendidly located at the end of a cul de sac, on DeBordieu Clubs golf course hole #4 and offers over 200 feet of lake front views. The owner has maintained this home well. The main living room, kitchen, and connecting den have open views to the lake. The covered porch is perfect for outdoor relaxing or al fresco dining in a perfect Lowcountry setting. An easy access bonus room has many possibilities for a variety of uses and enjoyment. The natural setting of the home site is easy to maintain, has a fenced in back yard, a circular drive, and a two vehicle car port.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Beach Walk-Shark Teeth

These are a few of findings from a recent family walk on the beach.
Everyone likes finding treasures. We have enjoyed some family time on the beach and the hunt for the biggest tooth!

I found the below chart online at

Perry Peace