Southern Proper | Garden & Gun

My friends from the South and I have all been excited about the Charleston, South Carolina published magazine called Garden & Gun. It beautifully celebrates Southern style and culture. The new issue has an interesting feature on Quail hunting in Thomasville, Georgia. Having spent quite a bit of time with family in the Golden Isles of Georgia, I can appreciate the sensibilities of that part of the country and the people there. I’m hoping that Garden & Gun will do a summer fashion story at The Cloister on Sea Island for the next issue.

The new issue of Garden & Gun.

Above: the new issue of Garden & Gun. Note to the editors, that’s a English Springer Spaniel, not a Cocker Spaniel.


Comments on “Southern Proper | Garden & Gun

    Sarahon April 8, 2008 @ 10:58 AM:

    This is Sarah at Garden&Gun and I wanted to thank you for the beautiful exposure on your site! We have a few events coming up where we will have free magazines and koozies! April 18-20 at the Virginia Fly Fishing Festival, VA; April 26 at the Double Decker Arts Festival, MS; May 10 at the America’s Polo Cup, VA; and June 2-8 at the Upperville Colt and Horse Show, VA. Feel free to drop us a line at gardenandgun.wordpress.com. Thanks, again!

    Sarahon April 28, 2008 @ 1:03 PM:

    Hello. Sarah from G&G again. The Cloister is on our May/June issue! Not a fashion spread, but a lovely piece. We did a bit on the “Best of the Barriers” in our Southern Barrier Islands piece, and the Cloister took best spa. It is our first anniversary issue and features our hometown of Charleston, SC as the portrait city. There are great features in this issue from the conservation initiatives in the Lowcountry to cooking a whole pig! gardenandgun.com/stories

    Michael Williamson April 28, 2008 @ 1:08 PM:

    Dear Sarah,

    Thanks for the comments — keep up the good viral marketing and get the G&G word out there . If you ever need a good PR firm to help out — I think I know one. Wink wink.

    Regards,
    A Continuous Lean

    P.S. Nothing is better than cooking a whole pig!

    Patrick Batemanon May 20, 2009 @ 2:11 PM:

    actually, it’s an english cocker spaniel, not a springer.

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