Travel broadens the mind, no doubt. A routine walk becomes an adventure. History that was once so sterile in books comes alive. Architecture speaks, sometimes in the whispers of a narrow lane, sometimes in the deafening grandeur of a palace. The melody of a language. The smell of fresh bread…every damn day. Mais oui, it’s … More Where To Draw The Line…?
Start ’em young. Bring ’em up right. Nantucket Reds. From The Unspoken But Understood Old Money Rule Book. (Photo courtesy of Preppy Times.) BGT
At this point in life, after experiencing a few baggy moments that left me with too much loose cloth and a few tight choices that ripped and tore at seams to hastily sewn, I would measure my philosophy moderately. I would choose a fabric that is going to wear well over time, in all ethical … More Philosophy Is Like a Suit of Clothes
“Our highest calling is not wealth, but independence; not acquisition, but contribution; not display, but productivity; not position, but endeavor.” Byron Tully
Madras. Polos. Khakis. Loafers. Tennis whites. Madras. Polos. Khakis. Loafers. Gin and Tonic. Madras. Button-down. Khakis. Loafers. From The Preppy Handbook, circa 1985. BGT
True nobility is exempt from fear. – Cicero
I know. It’s a horrible pun. My apologies to you. And to Thin Lizzy. BGT