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Caving in The Carlsbad Caverns 

Walking the mile into the Carlsbad Cavern is harder than it seems. Walking back was even tougher, but it was one of the trip highlights so far. 144 more words


Woodville, AL

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We settled on Woodville, parking at Parnell Creek RV Park, since we couldn’t really find a suitable RV park close in to Huntsville.  395 more words


A Roadtrip and a Ring

Sarah and John saw each other every day, except when he went camping with the Boy Scouts. When she worked the morning shift at Tastee Freez, he would come by every morning on his way to work. 209 more words


'68 plays Spark Contemporary Gallery

Last week I had the pleasure of photographing two-piece band ’68 at Spark Contemporary Gallery. The show began with locals Caverns and The Afro Nips- followed by experimental indie-rock quintet and tour-mates Idlehands. 97 more words


The Ruby Falls Experience

Panda and I are so excited about this leg of our trip! My father took the family here on a vacation when I was just a wee lad (maybe 6 or 7) I have never forgotten the awe and beauty of this place. 616 more words

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Indian Echo Caverns

We had a very busy, fun-filled Spring break last week.  Mr Pict took some time off work which meant we could undertake family expeditions, hit the road, and explore some places in the vicinity that we had not yet been to in the almost two and a half years since we arrived in America. 649 more words

Carlsbad Caverns

Firstly, Carlsbad was one place I wanted to see the last time I was in New Mexico. Its a very busy place during the weekday, and a very challenging place to photograph. 283 more words