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Great Salt Lake

Kissing Cousins  August 2010 Last week while visiting SLC, we decided to head west to check out the city’s namesake, The Great Salt Lake. As soon as we arrived, we were reminded of our trip to the Salton Sea last year. Much like other things in Utah, these two places are most certainly related! A… Keep Reading

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New York: The Standard

October 2009 This weekend I realized that life is not going to slow down anytime soon, so I’m trying to accept the craziness I currently live in. At least I left the sorrows of September in October’s wake — I’ve been riding high ever since. That said, the sea of photos in which I am swimming gets deeper by… Keep Reading

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Rome: The Pantheon

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] August 2009 In many ways, the Pantheon represents what Rome is all about: a city with so much history it’s like looking at a mosaic of all the art history movements in one place – from Antiquity to Medieval, Renaissance to Baroque, Neo-classical to Modern. It’s a visual medley of periods, if you will. From the outside, it is rugged… Keep Reading

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Rome: An Apartment in Trastevere

 August 2009 In Europe, it is very difficult to find hotel rooms that will fit a family of four (or more.)  Generally, beds are single sized (often two are pushed together to make a large double) and there’s almost always a limit of 3 twin beds (a triple) to one hotel room.  Seeing as this… Keep Reading

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Salton Sea

May 2009 Welcome to one of the weirdest destinations on the West Coast… The Salton Sea. Last weekend, we spent a day driving around it. It was one of those places I’d always wanted to go to and now it is one that I hope to never see again. Well, maybe once more. The Salton Sea is… Keep Reading

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