Friday Fish Belts – Stillwater Storm!

The makings of a Stillwater Storm, fish-belted

Like many places, Beaufort has a collective sense of style.

That style shows in the historic district homes – the prevalence of white, the front porches, the short fences. It shows in the boats along the waterfront, as well as in the way people dress.

Seeing folks in formal wear headed to or from a wedding is not an unusual sight on a summer evening, but Beaufort is a casual town. Casual does not mean sloppy or plain though, and Beaufort style might be characterized as some combination of preppy-nautical-outdoorsy-southern.

I thought it might be fun to combine Beaufort style with one of Beaufort’s other distinctive features – excellent food & drink…in this case, drink.

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Bring Home Beaufort with some Beaufort Palms

A palm along the east end of Front Street with Taylor’s Creek in the background 

While we feel that the name Bringing Home Beaufort is pretty catchy, it does have a deeper meaning.

Our goal is to help you have a great time in Beaufort, to relax, and to be at-leisure. We also want to help you bring the best of Beaufort back home to keep that leisure mind-set.

One of the best ways to accomplish that bringing home is to surround yourself with things that remind you of Beaufort. Those things could include food, drink, music, photographs, paintings, shells, written memories, or simply the act of reminiscing.

It could also include replicating parts of the natural landscape, which is what this post is about.

Palm trees.

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