A Trip Down South

You should probably just read my blog: http://atripdownsouth.blogspot.com/

Jan 31
justapinchofsouth:

My grandmother was a Southern lady, a Presbyterian preacher’s wife, and a drinker of gin and tonics. Smart lady.

justapinchofsouth:

My grandmother was a Southern lady, a Presbyterian preacher’s wife, and a drinker of gin and tonics. Smart lady.


Dec 17

llbeansignature:

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN WAXED-CANVAS SHIRT
1. Lay shirt flat and unbutton all buttons.
2. Wax around all seams first. Spread the wax on evenly, press firmly. More wax means less coats. We like to use Greenland Wax.
3. Iron with the steam off on level 1 or 2. It must be a dry iron setting. Slowly iron over all waxed surfaces.
4. Repeat wax coats until your achieve your desired look. More wax means more character, texture and waterproof. (We usually go with four coats for a perfect finish.)


Dec 11

Nov 23
virginiaisforlovers-ofprep:

HSC with my boys

virginiaisforlovers-ofprep:

HSC with my boys

(via thornproof)



barbourpeople:

Marcus enjoying Festival No.6 in his Barbour jackets and Hunter wellingtons.

barbourpeople:

Marcus enjoying Festival No.6 in his Barbour jackets and Hunter wellingtons.


Does anyone know who makes this bag?

Does anyone know who makes this bag?


Nov 13
Prepneck?

Prepneck?


Nov 12
I’d say this is a pretty good ranking.

I’d say this is a pretty good ranking.


Apr 24
heavytweedjacket:

Getting warm enough for tennis outdoors, but still chilly enough for a sweater. Nice Tretorns. The era of wood rackets doesn’t seem that long ago, either. (Men’s Club #167, 6/1975).

heavytweedjacket:

Getting warm enough for tennis outdoors, but still chilly enough for a sweater. Nice Tretorns. The era of wood rackets doesn’t seem that long ago, either. (Men’s Club #167, 6/1975).


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