22: Southern Travel Report

We were almost blown away by a tornado last week, and as we clutched our knees and waited for our homes to land on the Wicked Witch of the West, it occurred to us: southern travel is good, no matter how you go about it…right?

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Kristin Luna of Camels & Chocolate.

Southern Travel 2016

Seriously, you’re going to love this episodeĀ onĀ southern travel so much–mostly because it gave us a chance to chat with super-cool travel blogger and Tennessee native Kristin Luna of Camels & Chocolate! There’s almost nowhere she hasn’t been, and little that she hasn’t tried, so we hit her up to help you make your spring travel plans around the region.

Kristin gives us three outside-the-box southern travel destinations you need to try, along with tips on what to do, what to eat, and where to shop when you get there. Paducah, Greenville and Knoxville–are your ears burning?

As Kendell says, “We got ants in our pants! Can’t sit still!” I’m typing with one hand and packing with the other…

BONUS: Hear Kristin’s war stories from the road, including crazy things she’s eaten abroad–and even at home in Nashville–and the honeymoon from hades.

Sea + Stone Jewelry

We’re suckers for great accessories, and always on the lookout for quality pieces that make a statement. We think we’ve struck gold in Charleston-based Sea + Stone. Designed by Florida native Megan Proctor, each piece from the line is anchored in a connection to nature–whether through precious metals, gemstones, or interesting elements from the sea or landscape. We’re over the moon for the necklaces that incorporate beautifully textured seashells.

sea and stone jewelry

A gilded oyster shell (found in the Lowcountry or on the Gulf Coast) on a strand of pearls. Hand knotted on two strands of silk thread. The necklace is finished off in ultra soft deerskin leather and can be tied at any length–so that it can be worn both long or short!

Visit her site to see the full collection, and find a little something to make your spring wardrobe basics sing!

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