Feels Like Home
Just because overseas travel is still limited does not mean your vacation should be boring. Head for the hills where the night skies are saturated with cotton candy sunsets, and the days are filled with views from Georgia's highest peak or boat rides from quiet cove to quiet cove in the emerald waters of Lake Nottely. Foodies will love the farm-to-table local options like beet sliders and pasture raised beef, and if you crave a sip or two, you'll love sampling local vintages and distilled moonshine.
This fall finds many of us yet again choosing the socially distant option of educating our children from home. For a nation accustomed to 8 hours a day outside of the home; this predicament leaves many of us with a touch of cabin fever. Enter Road Schooling. Different from homeschooling, road schooling offers the opportunity to leave the comfort of couch and kitchen in search of new adventures. Road schooling means growing memories and an education, leaving the city and hitting the highway. If the open
Mandie Spivak, Sarah Olver