Welcome to W.P. Baldwin and Associates Real Estate. We specialize in McClellanville, SC homes, waterfront, land and acreage. If you enjoy the outdoors, boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, birding you need to visit the coast of South Carolina to the small fishing village McClellanville. Stop by the office at 829 Pinckney Street and get the “nickel” tour.
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William P Baldwin has released his new novel, Charles Town. It takes place in 1751 in Charleston, SC and follows takes on an alternate spin on Robert Lewis Stevenson’s Kidnapped. It follows the story of Stevenson’s character David Balfour and plays it out with a twist. In Baldwin’s story, the ship Balfour was traveling on did not wreck leaving him stranded on an island, but made it to Charles Town and follows his story there.
An interesting read for fans of Charleston, historic fiction and Robert Lewis Stevenson. The book is available from The Evening Post Books. Click here for more information.
A new water craft is about to make a splash and its home is in McClellanville. The Biyak is a new type of kayak that utilizes two pontoons that can be adjusted to maximize stability for stand up fishing or sailing or speed for cruising. The molds have been completed and production will begin this summer. Learn more about the Biyak at: www.biyakboats.com
Also see the article in YakAngler.com: http://www.yakangler.com/kayaks-and-gear/item/3057-to-kayak-or-biyak-that-is-the-question
I love to share good news and stories about McClellanville and our neighbors. Awendaw resident and owner of Nature Adventure Outfitters was featured in the Post and Courier this week. Kathie is a champion for environmental causes and a great asset to the community. Read the article here and find out more about one of the best ways to discover the natural beauty of the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge and the Francis Marion National Forest, guided kayaking trips here.
After moving boxes of books around the attic, I thought there had to be a way to share books after we have read them instead of storing them. I found a site about Little Free Library’s on line and we decided that is what downtown McClellanville needed. After looking at some sample plans, and digging through the scrap pile to see what materials we had, we came up with a design of our own.
The concept is to build a small weather proof box and fill it with books. Folks can take a book and leave one for behind. We tried to start with a mix of books, kids, young adults, his and hers novels. It is located in front of the W.P. Baldwin & Associates office on Pinckney Street.
Feel free to come by and see whats available. Hopefully it will get some use and we’ll see a good turn over of books.