When it comes to the places we call “home,” things can be very personal. What is comfortable to one person might seem completely foreign to another. In this issue, two Albany residents share their different spaces and remind us that, whatever “home” means to each of us, there’s just no place like it when we’re seeking comfort.
It’s the ultimate British invasion as Lady Melissa Percy shares what she loves most about spending part of her year in Southwest Georgia hosting quail hunts and spending time outdoors. She enjoys the outdoor activity so much, in fact, that she designed a women’s clothing line to go with it.
If a road trip is in your future, South Carolina’s Daufuskie Island is worth the drive – and the ferry ride. This island without a bridge is accessible only by boat, but offers a wide berth of lodging, dining, and historic sites for visitors. From beach rentals in a gated community to preserved tabby ruins of slave quarters, Daufuskie has a huge story to share.