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Travel Memories Saturday (Alaska)

My first day in Alaska, 1999.
This is Auk Bay, the only suburb of Juneau, a city reachable only by airplane or boat.
In less than a week my husband will be flying there to work for the summer.
We're excited for the opportunity, but also wondering
 how it will work with the 5 others of us still down in the lower 48 wandering.
Wish us luck and stay tuned!


We all have those classic shots that capture travel memories without having to say one word. 
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 Each Saturday morning, Sharon (from State by State Travel) and I post photos that express emotion, tell a story or make you wish you could be there.   Be sure to also stop by State by State Travel and see what travel memories she is sharing today!


Do you want to hop into the picture and join in the fun? 
What's your favorite travel memory photo? We'd love to see! 


If you would like to have your travel memory photo used, 
email it to alocalwander@gmail.com 
 and we will schedule it
  for one of our weekly Travel Memories posts. 
If you are a blogger, 
you will get a free link back to your blog below the photo.

Comments

  1. On facebook, I often see pics of peoples feet with the Florida ocean in the background. I love seeing this. We'll be following along and supporting you and the kids as you start a summer of change!

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  2. Kiera @EasytravelmomMay 19, 2013 at 9:44 PM

    Love this picture! Really takes me there. And what is it about those shoes... everyone has them! Sorry, random but so true :)

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  3. I'm completely kicking myself for getting rid of those shoes about 9 years before they were cool again!

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  4. Thanks, Sharon! It'll certainly be an adventure.

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