Daufuskie Honors Veterans

  For the past 19 years, Vietnam Veteran Phil Sams honors service men and women on Memorial Day and July 4th by lining his corner lot on Daufuskie Island with American flags. Phil Sams served in the army in Vietnam and Korea from 1969 to 1971. A special thanks to Phil and all the Veterans […]

Daufuskie Teen Featured in Spartina Catalog

Jazmine Morgan, daughter of Haig Point residents Jeff and Cheryl Morgan, was one of two featured models in Spartina 449s Spring and Summer Catalog. Since the new lines are in the stores, Jazmine is finding her image in gift stores throughout Hilton Head and Bluffton. She was surprised to find that her photo was also […]

A Gullah Ghost Story by Bernard Albaugh

Maggie Cooper: A Gullah Ghost Story, was inspired from Bernard’s Albaugh’s childhood experiences with a Gullah woman who was his caretaker: A brief history will make my Gullah story a little more understandable. In 1942 when I was seven years old,my father and uncle were in the Army and stationed in Charleston,SC. Because of the […]

Grandmother’s Coconut Cake (or pretty close)

One end of my grandmother’s holiday table was lined with homemade desserts. The regulars usually included a coconut cake, an eight-layer caramel cake, an apple pie, a pecan pie, at least one pound cake, and sometimes a lemon meringue pie. For years I tried to duplicate my Grandmother’s cakes, but I could never get them […]

%d bloggers like this: