My, oh my, has it been a while since I took a moment to reflect (and write) about our recent travels. It has been a very busy year. This summer and fall, we took quite a few road trips to escape the summer heat of Myrtle Beach and to go leaf peeping in the mountains. Continue reading
Virginia’s state capital, Richmond, is often over looked for the more touristy destinations like Arlington, Williamsburg and Virginia Beach.
However, not considering this revitalized city would be a mistake.
We chose to go to Richmond for many reasons including the chance to eat at one of our favorite restaurants, Peter Chang’s.
Richmond is full of history and many pieces of that history are on full display throughout the city, but some are more subtle like the cast iron handrails in the picture to the left and need to be found to be enjoyed. Continue reading
In a tourist town, it is sometimes hard to find a restaurant doing something different or a place where you can get items actually grown/made with love and care instead of for the masses.
When we first moved here in 2008, there were only a few places that really took pride in locally-sourced foods and homemade recipes. Continue reading
Nashville is known as Music City. The bars downtown are full of country music lovers and musicians hoping to make it big. I am neither of those. The best part of a country song is when you play it backwards and the singer gets their car back, their dog back and their girlfriend back. (yes, I know that is a horrible joke.)
But, when the opportunity to stop in Nashville on the way home from Bourbon Country arose, we jumped at the opportunity. Continue reading
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For our fifth wedding anniversary, the husband and I decided to make a trip up to Asheville, N.C. Only about five hours away from Myrtle Beach, it is an easy weekend destination. Continue reading