Monthly Archives: December 2011

The ‘Home for the Holidays’ Survival Kit

1. Fuji X100: Home for the Holidays = unlimited picture moments.  A good camera is a necessity. 2.  Vintage Flannel Shirt from J. Crew in Redmond Plaid: Comfort is the name of the game.  Good enough for lounging or when the boys (or girl) from High School call and want to grab a beer. 3. Mrs….

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In Hand: Sebago x Filson Knight Boots

RCS Facebook followers have seen these pop up recently – my Sebego x Filson Knight Boots arrived late last week.  They did not disappoint.  I have been looking for some casual boots for the weekend to substitute for Wallabees, and am pleased to report that I have found them.  These have way too much horsepower for…

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A *Fun* Riddle

Riddle me this: What do you get when you mix this: With this: Add a little of this: And this? . . . . . You get some Fun: I know, horrible.  Work with me. This is the time of year when it is totally acceptable to bring out the ‘Fun’ shirts (but not accompanied…

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(Melanie) Davis Designs

I was recently looking for images of copper lights and stumbled across Interior Designer Melanie Davis.  I am in awe of her work.  Turns out, any Garden & Gun subscriber has seen some of her work before (Oct/Nov 2010 issue – ‘Homeward Bound’).  She’s a UGA grad who studied photography and runs Davis Designs here in Atlanta….

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Back in the Game – Give ’em a Punch

My closet is in a constant state of audit.  I’m always rotating out items that are taking up space.  Not that my style changes, but sometimes those fringe items that sounded good at the time aren’t pulling their weight.  With that, I don’t’ like getting rid of good pieces – especially shirts – but what…

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Oysters: My Favorite Bivalve

“He was a bold man who first ate an oyster” – Jonathan Swift I don’t know what it is, but there is something distinctly Southern about oysters.  Rough on the outside, a beauty all their own, tough to get into, but great at the core.  There isn’t much grey area in terms of oysters as…

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…The Clock is Ticking – Last Minute Gift Idea

Need a last minute gift idea?  Give someone a subscription to Garden & Gun.  $19.95 for a year is hard to beat. In the seasonally-appropriate words of Cousin Eddie: ‘That’s the gift that keeps on giving the whole year’.  

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