It’s the start of a brand new day!

Welcome to 2 Southern Gents – a blog about all things manly and southern, with a special focus on the city of Atlanta!

I’ll take a moment here to introduce the humble bloggers behind the site. I’m Burt DeLoach and I’m a lifelong son of the rural south. World traveller? Check. Recent convert-ee to the land of steel and concrete? Check.  But also a humble devotee to Coca – Cola (preferably with a splash of good bourbon), barbeque, frat swoops, and all the genteel and not so genteel general and specified tomfoolery in which a young southern gent may engage in his dear motherland.

Manning the other oar here at our beloved blog is Gray Montgomery. Gray brings a bit of a different outlook as a native Atlantan with an endearing mongrel background combining elements of Spanish charm and flare with a sound, efficient, calculating Germanic intelligence and work ethic. Montgomery’s the guy you wanna call if you’re ever in a tight spot and need a quick way out. Besides being our resident Atlanta culture guru, he’ll bring expertise about random bits of awesometastical-ness such as firearms mastery and dutch oven cooking to the table to help create an eclectic and engaging front porch for the sharing of ideas, stories, and important social dates all proper (and improper) southern gents should know.

We’ll be blogging to you weekly from our beloved Atlanta. And live in it or out of it, love it or hate it, Atlanta enjoys a prominent place in southern lore and culture. We’ll be stepping out of our Peach State confines on a regular basis as well, and looking forward to sharing with you legends, lies, stories, steals, and deals.

So stay tuned, add us to your mix of blogs, enjoy our southern slant, and engage us and share your feedback, stories, comments, thoughts, and suggestions!

That’s all for now, but to steal a line – ya’ll come back and see us!

It’s going to be real good!

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2 thoughts on “It’s the start of a brand new day!

  1. If you like unique I would recommend checking out both Dialogue in the Dark and the Bodies Exhibit. Both are found in Atlantic Station, where aside from these two excellent and insightful attractions you will also find a lot of shopping and a good choice of different eateries.
    Dialogue in the Dark gives you a unique and possibly life changing opportunity to spend a little time experiencing what the seeing impaired go through every day. It will leave you appreciating the unique way they feel, taste, smell, and hear the world. Then go to bodies right next door, which in contrast is all about seeing. It’s not for the squeamish or weak of stomach. But if you can handle your lunch, the inside you will get into the human body will most likely leave you in a confused state of awe, curiosity, and the somewhat unsettling feeling that you have just been looking at dead skinless bodies.

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