Monthly Archives: May 2012

I had the pleasure of meeting Lindsey Harper at a recent Supper Club dinner here in Atlanta.  She is a serious interior designer – the ‘featured in Southern Living, House Beautiful, Elle Decor, and Garden & Gun’ type of serious.  She’s also the sister of previous ‘Top of the Heap’ contributor and RCS friend Hil…

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Welcome Summer… In the South, we go into ‘survival mode’, but relish in it.  It’s hot, it’s sticky, but it’s our slice of Heaven.  There are quite a few tricks of the trade to make it through (most of which involve ‘shade’ of some sort), there’s no reason not to enjoy yourself.  So here we…

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Thank you for all that have served.  Because of your service, we are able to live the American Dream. God bless. Artwork: Steve Penley

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When making an investment in anything—hunting gear, a new skiff, one of Ted Juracsik’s famed fly reels—it’s a great idea to commit to regular maintenance and upkeep. Clothes are no different. And, with the rainy months nearly behind us, now is the time to send that well-worn Barbour jacket out for a little TLC. The worst…

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My man Nick does an outstanding job of holding down the ‘Prep’ fort up North.  His blog Great Lakes Prep is a daily read, and has recently been picking up some steam.  Check out his contribution to ‘Top of the Heap’: “My favorite thing that I own, something with a great deal of meaning to…

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As I mentioned a while back, our friends over at Smathers & Branson have come up with some good looking lids.  Needlepoint lids, at that – would you expect anything less from S&B?  Well, they want to make one Red Clay Soul reader one needlepoint hat richer, so here we go: Leave a comment to…

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The other day I saw a guy wearing a pair of Navy canvas ‘sneakers’ sockless, with a pair of khaki shorts, and an untucked white polo.  It was such a simple look, and the navy shoes really gave it an almost whimsical feel.  It wasn’t as casual as flip flops, and not as formal as…

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