Monday, January 29, 2007

Aboard Kirk's enterprise



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We will resist the temptation to ask Scottie to beam us up and make no report as to the status of intelligent life found down here. We have paused at the intersection of Old Number Six Highway and Resort Street, the portal to Kirk's enterprise.

Kirk's is, but one station in a planetary array of waypoints along the coasts of Lake Marion in Orangeburg County, SC. Each of the landings has a marina or some form of dockage, a campground for recreational vehicles and dining opportunities. Each has an individual charm in both design concepts and the manner in which they do business. Most have origins dating back to the days when lake property was cheap and fish camps were the primary land use. The lake and it's inhabitants are in for a sea change.

All those certain parcels of property laying, situate and being upon the banks of Lake Marion, once known as fish camps are hereafter classified as "WATERFRONT" property. By this simple errand of semantics Crappie roe is transformed into Beluga. Leftward migration from the decimal point in the future conveyance of these parcels will confirm this principle of the Realtor's "First Miracle".

Expect land prices in these parts to go, shall we say, into orbit.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Pam said...

But the question remains: Did you actually have dinner at Captain Kirks??

11:00 PM  
Blogger Windviel said...

Would that we had. It was Sunday so we believe the Captain Kirk had been in church. On our next orbit we expect reenter his airspace during business hours.

11:08 PM  

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