Gifts for Dad

The best gift you can give {dad, daddy, father, grandfather, poppy} is a place to rejuvenate, a soulful place that he can make his own. When I saw this article in Garden & Gun {many years ago}, my first thought was how much my own husband would love a place in the woods just like this. Of course, it doesn't hurt that this is the special retreat of golfer, Davis Love. To read Davis Love's Wild Side by Joe Bargmann click here.

{photos via Garden & Gun Magazine May/June 2008}

Given that most of us can not afford to give our fathers a 2,890-acre spread on the Georgia coast, consider the next best thing, a weekend at the Eseeola Lodge in Linville, NC.

Okay. So it's difficult to get away with young children. Would you consider a day of fly fishing lessons for your one-and-only?

You are pretty sure that the father in your life would love to play dress-up in all that cool Orvis stuff but would  not love the fishy part. How about the sport fisherman's tie from Vineyard Vines, a tie that just begs a man to take his beautiful wife out for dinner and a movie.

So, the father in your life has not had on a tie since his niece got married several years ago {so much for the dinner and a movie} Browse through the fabulous gift's at BD Jeffries, one of my favorite sources for men's gifts.

{gift ideas from BD Jeffries}

Last, but certainly not least, consider a father's day subscription to Garden & Gun. I picked the cover from February/March 2009 because the dog reminds me so much of our first dog, Deacon, a gift from my husband. Like Marley, Deacon recked havoc on our life for nearly 13 years and filled our first years of marriage with love {and drama}. If you want to really shake things up at home, get him a lab puppy for father's day. It's the gift that keeps on giving!

{Man's Best Friend}

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