Category Archives: Travel

Via-Las-Vegas

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I know, Long over due post.  I am finding the more I learn about editing pictures the more I put it off due to the increase in time it takes me to upload, edit, and then upload on the blog etc…So I told myself that I would do it all in one weekend and get it out of the way.

Vegas…what can I say we partied, stayed up until the sunrise, and won lots of money.  Actually non of that happened.  Vegas was kind of a let down for B and I.  It’s not what either of us had pictured in our minds and definitely is not fun when you are a broke young married couple.  But I did get some cool pictures and we both can mark that off our bucket list of places to go.  I think we will stick to our safe haven of Charleston for our next get away.

Old Mill

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Last Saturday, when it was windy and freezing cold, B and I had the bright idea to go see this old mill in oak ridge.  Not exactly what I thought it was going to be but it was still an adventure and a chance for me to pull out my camera.  We didn’t stay very long due to the icicles that were forming on my hands while we were outside but I did take a few pictures. The little store had a real vintage feel too it (probably because it was lol), I loved that there was dust and flour on the shelves and jars.

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Travels

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Travels

Every summer my family goes on a trip.  When I was younger it was Adirondacks, NY.  We would spend the entire year looking forward to this trip.  Not only did my family go but aunts, uncles, and cousins.  I have so many wonderful memories from my childhood that include ADK.  When we moved down to NC and got older we stopped going.  Now we have started our own family tradition of visiting Corolla, OBX every summer. I can’t wait to provide memories like that for our kids.  Here are some pictures from years past.  We also had the pleasure of visiting Washington, DC a few time while his dad was stationed there for the army. Such an awesome place to take pictures, history on every corner.

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