A couple weeks ago, Blake and I were lucky enough to partner with Garden & Gun to spend a restorative 48-hours in Bluffton, South Carolina. From the moment we stepped onto Palmetto Bluff’s waterfront property, we were in awe of the natural beauty and wildlife surrounding us. My sweet wannabe-ornathologist husband was in heaven as he spotted great blue herons and roseate spoonbills a stone’s throw away, and it was pretty thrilling for us both to observe the gators in the property’s lagoons (the biggest being 14 feet long!).
We had great meal after great meal (starting with a wonderful 5-course Italian meal and wine pairing from Downtown Catering Co. x Antinori Wines), explored the May River at sunrise via kayak (alongside many dolphin friends) and got to do as the locals do as we wandered around the Thursday Farmer’s Market.
The landscape of Bluffton is one thing — enchanting and romantic, with its Spanish moss and centuries-old oaks as far as the eye can see. But the kindness of the locals — the desire to talk and to listen and connect, is what truly makes Bluffton a little slice of paradise.
See the full G&G article here.