By Cowgirl Candace | Originally published for the AJC Sometimes climbing the corporate ladder means a change of venue. But before packing off to a brand-new city, it’s important to do some research and check off a few essential tasks from your to-go list. According to Joyce H. Vasser, a retired government human resources manager, failing […]
Four words my parents demanded to ensure their kids capitalized on exploring life beyond the barn: Get. Out. The. House. From family reunion trips to independent travel projects, I’ve wandered the Big Apple down to the boondocks of Alabama — and every random place in between. But nothing compares to horseback riding with family and […]
One of the largest museums in the Southeast, The Columbus Museum houses both American and regional history through temporary exhibitions to permanent collections. The 1912-built Mediterranean Revival house opened to the public during 1953 and has for decades shared fine art and American Indian artifacts with guests from around the globe. The now 89,000-square-foot building […]
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Rose Hill at Lockerly Arboretum in Milledgeville, Georgia, is this massive Greek Revival-style house. Classic and full of Southern charm, Rose Hill became the quintessential location for Cowgirl Candace to get hitched since it resides in my hometown as well. A few farm girl fun facts about […]
I have a thang for quaint beaches, pastel colors and knickknack-loaded boutiques, which is why a Southern hideaway for me almost every summer has been Tybee Island. If you’ve never visited Tybee before, I highly recommend this cuter-than-country-cute location for these reasons: It houses educational museums, a historic lighthouse and miles of pristine beaches; It […]
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