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Yoga in Four States and Other Scenes from a Family Road Trip

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Our family road trip started in Las Vegas and had already taken us to the Grand Canyon. The next stop was Four Corners, where we got our obligatory family photo with all 4 of us standing in a different state, and then Maggie and I got back in line to get a picture of her doing yoga in 4 states at once.

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Taking the Stairs

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When I stopped in Alabama earlier this year and agreed to shoot my brother’s senior pictures, I had a few locations in mind. There was a field behind their house, a park just down the road, and then a small village nearby.

Having taken photos at the first two places on our itinerary, we then headed to the village and began walking around and looking for the perfect backdrop for our photos.

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Bugs and Bourbon Street: 24 Hours in New Orleans

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Early last month, my family was discussing bucket list destinations, and my sister Maggie mentioned that she really wanted to go to New Orleans. I kept that in the back of my mind, thinking that it might be a fun sister trip to have someday.

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July 2016: What I’ve Been Up To

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I took advantage of my summer break and spent all of July traveling; my English friend Molly was visiting the US for the first time, and she tagged along on the road trip.

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Returning to My Beloved Cincinnati

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For more than a year and a half–ever since I moved to Florida–I have been wanting to visit Ohio. I made plans to return on almost every break I’ve had, but something always came up and I always ended up just staying in Florida for my holidays.

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We’ll Always Have Louisville

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First, let me just inform you that the original title of this post was “Something Turret Home About” but I decided to spare you all the awful architecture pun and instead infuse this post with a sprinkle of Casablanca quotes. You’re welcome! Now on to the details of my next adventure.

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La Grange: Definitely on Track

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Back on the road after our stop in Carrollton, Josh and I marveled at what a great time we’d had wandering around a new place. Thirty minutes later, we veered from I-71 once more as we followed signs for another historic point of interest: La Grange. Little did we know what a treat was in store for us as we pulled into a parking space on Main Street.

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Carrollton: An Introduction to Small-town Kentucky

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Our journey had begun less than an hour ago. Josh and I had glanced at a map and knew which roads we were going to follow, but we had no idea where we might stop along our way.

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Keeping the Grass Blue: A Journey through Kentucky

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In the past, I-75 has played a crucial role in almost all of my road trips. It took my family all the way down to Florida on our trips to Disney World, it connected my hometown with Cincinnati, and it makes up most of the route between my old home in Ohio and my family’s new home in Alabama.

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