Cool Stuff – Adventures
“The Bachelorette Adventure Getaway”

I recently had one of my favorite kinds of adventure getaways that I host… At one of my new magical venues… It was a private Bachelorette Adventure Getaway, full of ladies from all over the country… who knew how to rock the back of a pick-up truck. Full of shotgun shells… Fun photos and lots of hugs… There were special head dresses with pink sparkling… never mind. Girlfriends learned how […]

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“Falconry, Pheasant Hunting, and Fly Fishing, Oh My!”

We have finally lined up all of our Adventure Getaways for the coming months and I’m excited to share the next one on the docket in Montana. You’ve read about my wild adventures in Montana at previous events I’ve hosted… Remember “Bulls, Steer & Freezer Beef?” Or “Girls, Guns & Butter?” Well we’re going to do it all again this September and this time there are going to be some […]

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“A Dream Potluck, Fast Cars + Other Things That Happened to Me in May”

A lot happened in May. It is all a blur really, that blends into June so that it is hard to say where and when it all began and ended. Here is much of what transpired, my friends, in all of its gory and glorious detail. I cooked for Inside Edition for a particular segment on exotic animals that are newly on the market for public consumption. For some reason […]

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“Georgia’s Adventure Getaways: Rugged vs. Refined”

Since I hosted my first Girl Hunter Weekend a year and half ago, I have been overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and demand for these trips. And I’m so grateful to have met so many wonderful people along the way and to share all kinds of adventures, laughter, and good food with them. I’ve made friends for life. Since those first successful trips, we have expanded. Now I host one co-ed […]

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“Audrey Hepburn Always Carried a Basket Purse”

If you’ve been reading this site for a while, then you have read about my favorite antique market in America. It takes place west of Austin on the way to Houston in an area called Warrenton and Round Top. It is miles, and miles, and miles of antique dealers from around the country who set up for a few weeks in March and October of every year. There are so […]

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“The Lobster Roll Diet, and Other Things That Happened to Me in March”

It’s me! Remember? The girl who used to write on this website? Sorry, I know I’ve been terrible about updating this blog ‘o mine recently but I have the world’s greatest excuse. I’ve been writing something much bigger, much more substantial for you… my next book! And I spent the last two weeks literally at the same desk working on a very intense editing phase, pretty much around the clock. […]

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“Stepping Off”

One of my promises to myself this year was that I would be intentional about slowing down. That I would take the time to savor life rather than plow through it with intensity. I’m treading a little lighter these days, stopping to smell the rosemary, laughing more, forgiving more. I work too hard, it is one of my many flaws. So as part of my balancing act this year, I’m […]

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