Like many who enjoyed exploring the world on the high seas, Carolyn and her husband, Shawn, realized that travel as they knew it was going to look a lot different because of COVID-19. So, they hopped on the domestic-exploration bandwagon and purchased a Sol Dawn RV.
Tour a trio of Virginia culinary inns
Three of Virginia’s finest culinary destinations lay within 25 miles of one another. Taken collectively or alone, they make for fantastic road trips.
Finding the perfect spot for a destination wedding
Truly great destination-wedding venues are hard to find. We profiled four of Tidewater’s most magical.
Visit the place where rum is religion
Say goodbye to European country-jumping and hello to Caribbean island-hopping with this great vacation getaway.
Retired couple tackles the Great Loop
Sure, some people could work from the boat or complete the loop in segments, but Kevin and his wife, Sandy, a longtime yoga instructor, wanted to do the whole thing at once. So it would have to wait for their retirement.
From the Editor | Musings on man’s best friend
The technical term is anthropomorphism: the act of attributing human characteristics to non-human things. But c’mon, spend any time with dogs and you will find yourself talking to them – and most likely, answering back as them.
This comes to mind now because in this issue, along with stories on fashion, restaurateurs and travel, we have a big, beautiful spread on vineyard dogs.