For many South Carolinians, hunting and fishing is a way of life. Hours are spent focusing, listening, thinking and waiting for the perfect catch or that elusive 10-point buck.
Tucked into the beauty of the Nantahala National Forest is the city of Cashiers, North Carolina, a quaint mountain town in the Blue Ridge Mountains not far from Asheville.
There are some aspects of tradition to which Margaret and Jimmy Carter adhere in a Southern home: formal living and dining rooms, French doors and porches.
Pamela Roberts and Joel Smith always knew they wanted a beach house. With four children — in two different age groups — and three grandchildren, they wanted to find the perfect spot for the whole family to spend time together.
Most people who work in a particular industry don’t want to spend their free time working on projects similar to their vocations.
When Melinda and Edward Stiefel were house hunting some years back, they were impressed with the painted brick Tudor-style house in the heart of Devine Street.
“Some places just resonate history,” says Bill Cross as he lifts the giant iron key off of the entryway table and walks toward the massive solid wood door.