Last week, I wrote about some of the drawbacks to living in a small Southern town. The upside to my town, however, is its proximity to Savannah and the South Carolina lowcountry. The lowcountry has a flavor and style unto itself (think Pawley’s Island rope hammocks dressed with your grandmother’s monogrammed linens, pimiento cheese served in a china teacup, and of course, oyster roasts). If you’re not fortunate enough to live close to the lowcountry, you can enjoy it vicariously through me; here are some photos from an oyster roast we attended on Saturday:





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