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The Towns of the Tennessee Smokies

Tweet I grew up going to this part of the country every year growing up. My church youth group took an annual trip every January for a conference there, staying at the same Holiday Inn and frequenting the same shops. I also stayed there one summer with my grandparents, but it wasn’t the same without […]

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Exploring North Alabama’s Best Small Town

Tweet Alabama was a state frequently overlooked in my travels, perhaps because it’s a short three-hour drive from my house. I’d passed through many times before and visited a friend at Auburn, but sought to rectify the missing destinations this year. In the fall, I road tripped through North Alabama, through the stunning mountains of […]

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My Favorite Eats of 2016

TweetIt’s the most delicious time of the year! I love looking back at the last 12 months to see what all deliciousness I was able to consume. This has become a regular feature here (see 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). In this year alone, I traveled to one country and 13 states. You might be […]

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Remembering Charleston’s Radcliffeborough Neighborhood Block-by-Block

TweetIn the coming months, I hope to write more long-form content. I wrote this story for the Travel Blog Success Travel Writing for Bloggers course about my former home. If you’re interested in the course, see more info below.  For four years of my life, I lived in two different brightly colored row houses that […]

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Visiting the South Pass City Ghost Town

Tweet The roads through southern Wyoming are remote and unforgiving. It might be miles of prairie and rocks before you see any sort of structure. The ones you see are old and decaying. This is ghost town country. And after a week spent in Lander, we drove 40 minutes south in search for them. Atlantic […]

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