We started off by grabbing lunch at Bartaco.
At the end of October, I flew to Nashville to celebrate my best friend's bachelorette party!
We started off by grabbing lunch at Bartaco.
Our second stop was Arrington Vineyards, where we did a wine tasting. It was such a pretty place!
We went back to our AirBnB for pizza, cupcakes, & games. It was fun getting to know a little bit more about Whitney & Drake's relationship! Then we went out on Broadway for the evening.
The next morning, we explored the murals of Nashville & snapped some cute photos!
We also stopped by Five Daughters Bakery for some fantastic donuts, & went to Draper James (Reese Witherspoon's store), which was super cute! They even gave out tea! Our last stop was brunch at Hemingway's. I got an eggs benedict poutine, & it was my favorite meal of the trip. Seriously, so good! Then it was time to head home!
I can't wait to fly out to Indiana at the end of December! It's going to be so great to meet Drake, see where Whitney lives, & celebrate their wedding!
Finally finishing up these California blogs!
On our last full day in California, we went to Disneyland. It was nice to be able to just walk across the street from our hotel & be at the park! My great aunt Connie came as well.
I had made Buzz Lightyear & alien ears for me & Taryn, & Taryn had made Woody ears for Mackenzie. We wanted to be Pixar-themed since we went during Pixarfest! We all Disneybounded as well.
We got there just before rope drop & got a selfie at the park entrance (which was photo bombed by the couple behind us!). Connie & I went to Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters first while everyone else did the bigger rides. Then I aimlessly wandered for a while... There was surprisingly little for me to do in Tomorrowland with my health limitations. One of the things about Disneyland that is different than WDW is that the park does not all open & close at the same time - certain parts are open & closed earlier, so even though Tomorrowland was open, the Launch Bay wasn't yet, etc. My first hour or so was a lot of me just waiting for everyone to be done riding other stuff. At WDW, I can usually find smaller rides or meet characters, but there were fewer options here, especially in the morning. Just a heads up for those visiting with little ones or disabilities!
We got a castle photo, & what you've read is true - the castle here is TINY compared to WDW's castle! But it is very cute, & the little statues near the Partners Statue are adorable. Everything is much slower-paced here, & it's just a different atmosphere altogether.
I did some more solo exploring through Adventureland, New Orleans Square, and the French Quarter. Again... Not much I could do in this portion, & a lot of things were only available at certain times. But the environment was so pretty! The Pirates of the Caribbean ride is way cuter than the WDW version. & little baby geese wandering around? Adorable. I also got to ride the Haunted Mansion ride with my family (which is pretty much the same as the WDW version, for those who are curious!).
Some fun little details...
I saw the Walt & Roy balcony, & heard the Morse Code version of Walt's opening day speech. I found a little shop that had crystal versions of different Disney characters. & of course, the food... We had lunch in the French Quarter (I snapped a photo of the PixarFest cups!), but more importantly, we had Mickey beignets & Mint Juleps (non-alcoholic!) from Mint Julep Bar, & dole whips from Adventureland.
I LOVE meeting the Disney villains, & I feel like although I'm complaining quite a bit about how Disneyland doesn't measure up to WDW in a lot of ways, this is one thing that was pretty cool about Disneyland - Several characters would just wander around without attendants, & there were usually little-to-no waits. I was the only one trying to get a picture with Dr. Facilier!
This first photo cracks me up. My mom snapped it right as he said, "Back to back! This is NOT a ball."
Speaking of little-to-no waits... If you've ever been to WDW, you will probably barely even believe that we met the princesses with a FIVE MINUTE wait! Crazy, right? We almost didn't go because we'd met them all before, but that's too good of a time to pass up some princess selfies. & look how cute that castle is!
We rode Snow White's Scary Adventures, Pinocchio's Daring Journey (It's been so long since I've seen the movie, I'm wondering if it could really be as depressing as the ride), Mr. Toad's Wild Ride (drunk driving as a Disney ride... what?), & Alice in Wonderland.
We also got the BEST pastries at Jolly Holiday Bakery! Mackenzie got a tart, & Taryn & I shared a strawberry millennial pink Minnie macaron with key lime filling, & a chocolate eclair, both of which were fantastic!
We also met Captain Hook. Like I said, I love meeting villains, so it was fun to see him!
You know that moment when you meet your hero & you freeze? Basically the story of me & my lame self meeting Darth Vader (& Belle, for that matter. Yes, I know they're "not real," or whatever...)
Seriously though, meeting Vader was super fun. Although (YES I'M MAKING A WDW COMPARISON AGAIN JUST GET USED TO IT), I feel like I had more time to interact at Kylo Ren & Chewie's meet & greets. Then again, I didn't freeze up like a loser in those, so, who's to say if that's typical?
Another thing that Disneyland does right... These cute little photo props outside the classic rides. Give me a teacup I can pose in without feeling rushed because I'm afraid it's going to send the photographer flying off spinning, & I'm there.
Tracked Cruella down to get a photo. She didn't stop for pictures, but I got to see her show. Still fun.
Also got to see Walt's apartment above the fire station. So cool to see!
The Emporium had some terrifying mannequin things on display above the shop... Those are pictured in the second row of photos.
I don't know if we caught PixarFest right at the beginning, or just missed the main part of it because we only went to Disneyland & not California Adventure, but we mostly just saw a couple of merch items & a few themed foods. However, the Pixar Play Parade was FANTASTIC! I got way too many pictures, but I just enjoyed it so much! There were so many characters you never see elsewhere, & it was so bright & colorful. Kids were having a blast with the upbeat music too - Another fun part about Disneyland is that the locals come regularly, so several kids had already seen the parade multiple times & were singing & dancing along with the music. It was fun to watch! I also love Disney parades because if you get a good seat & have a camera, the cast members will often pose for you. It makes for a great experience!
If you visit the park, definitely check the FastPass system (which, again, is different than the WDW FastPass system). It's a Small World had over an hour standby wait, but we got a FastPass & waited 5 minutes. I also got a photo with the Small World wall! The Disneyland version of the ride is cuter than the WDW version because it has Disney characters throughout.
We had dinner at the Plaza Inn, & also got chocolate mousse cake & the super cute Pixar cake we had seen all over Instagram.
Toontown is a kids' area of the park, but I wanted to go see Mickey & Minnie's houses because I think they're super cute. Surprisingly, they were actually a bit crowded (turns out Mickey & Minnie meet there sometimes), so we looked at the outside of Mickey's house & toured Minnie's. It was adorable, just like the classic cartoons!
Connie had gone back to the hotel after dinner, but the four of us got a castle photo. We all rode the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, which is an underwater ride that goes through a bit of the Finding Nemo story. Then Taryn & my mom headed back to the hotel, & Mackenzie I rode Mad Tea Party, which is my favorite! We also attempted to meet the fairies at Pixie Hollow - they were gone for the day, but it was a cute area! We stopped to see Walt's bench, which is where Walt sat & dreamed up Disneyland. I love little pieces of Disney history! Then we went for a quick break at the hotel.
Mackenzie & I went back to see the Pixarfest Together Forever Nighttime Spectacular fireworks, & I am so glad we did! They were incredible - the photos don't come close to doing them justice. Instead of just being on the castle, the projections spanned all the way down Main Street USA (& other areas of the park - this is just what we could see!). & instead of Tinkerbell flying over the castle, they had Buzz fly over, & the Up house with all of the balloons. The coolest part was the Coco portion - orange fireworks, marigold & sugar skull projections everywhere, & then these giant inflatable skeletons popped up on top of all of the buildings along Main Street. It was so awesome & unexpected! The little girl next to me just started screaming, & at first I thought she was scared of the skeletons, but when I looked over, she was just so excited, she couldn't contain herself!
Although I made a lot of comparisons to WDW (& honestly, Disneyland just made me realize how much I miss WDW), we did have a really good time, & I'm glad I got to experience the original Disney park! It was fun to see so much Disney history, & to see the dream Disney made into reality.
Our last day, we moved Mackenzie into her DCP apartment. It was across the street from a taco place called Pour Vida. I got the pork & plaintain tacos.
Then we started our trip home. We flew back so Mackenzie could have her car there. We had a layover in Las Vegas, where I gambled away a grand total of $3, just so I could say I had gambled in Vegas. We also had a really awesome pilot on one of our flights. He greeted every passenger as they boarded, & then addressed the flight, saying that he was not a fan of public speaking, but that with all of the negativity in the world, he was making a point to reach out & be more positive. He challenged each of us to do the same.
I love traveling, but it's always nice to come home after a trip! It's a good time to rest - & start planning the next adventure!
Remember that time like 3 months ago when we went to California & I never finished blogging about it?
So on Day 4 of our trip, we explored LA. We started our day by grabbing Starbucks (I got a Violet Drink), & then went to Santa Monica Pier. It was a cloudy day, & a little early, so the pier wasn't crowded & the rides weren't going. We did get some cute photos along the pier, though. We also got to stop at the official end of Route 66.
There was a cute wall that we passed while walking from our parking garage to the pier, so we stopped for more photos.
We went to West Hollywood next. I wanted to stop at Alfred Tea, because I had read that this location was completely pink. I was a bit disappointed, because this wasn't the pink location, & the tea wasn't great, but we did run into a fellow Okie - Blake Griffin! He didn't seem to eager to stop & chat... We made eye contact & I think he could tell I recognized him, because he ducked out of there pretty quick.
I got to live out a couple of reality TV dreams that I should probably be embarrassed of. Taryn & I went into Dash (the store opened by the Kardashian sisters). Again, kind of disappointing... they are going out of business, so there was basically nothing in the store.
Then we drove by Sur, which is the restaurant from Vanderpump Rules. I was surprised to see that it was right on a busy road (it looks sort of set off from things in the show), & the neighborhood is not the nicest. We didn't have time to stop for food, which was a little sad, because I would have loved to try the famous goat cheese balls! Maybe someday...
We went to the Walk of Fame. It was fun to see all of the different names on the stars. I was surprised to see that it was so crowded, & that the stars were so dirty from people walking all over them. Some of them were hard to read because they were so filthy. There were tons of people selling stuff, with booths set up right on top of the stars, & lots of people dressed as sketchy versions of popular characters, like Mickey & Minnie, Spiderman, Freddy Krueger, etc.
We went to Griffith Observatory, which is up on a hill. After our ride to the top, we had a view of the Hollywood sign, which is something I've always wanted to see!
My aunt Connie arrived that evening, & we met up with her in Downtown Disney. We grabbed the cutest Beauty & the Beast cupcake ever while we were there!
Later that evening, my mom also got to meet one of her cousins, who happened to be in town. They had never met before, but both do a lot of ancestry research online, & were able to discuss family members that they had both met.
Then we went to bed & got ready for Disneyland the next day!
The morning of Day 3, we left the Grand Canyon to head to California. We spotted some wildlife along the way, literally catching a deer in the headlights, & seeing some elk in the parking lot at breakfast.
Then we made it to Anaheim! Our hotel was directly across the street from Disney (which meant the nightly fireworks sounded like canons!). The first photo was our view!
That evening, we went into Downtown Disney, which is a shopping area similar to Disney Springs in Florida. Disneyland is a little different from Disney World - from the main gate, you can directly access both parks, as well as Downtown Disney. Walking through the gate, we saw some awesome roses (I was definitely reminded of Alice in Wonderland!), checked out the new bus & monorail overlays, & caught our first glimpses of the Pixar Fest marketing. Then we headed to Earl of Sandwich for dinner, where we met up with Justine, who was one of Mackenzie's roommates during her first DCP at WDW. Afterwards, we spent some time exploring. A few highlights - The cute candies & pastries at all of the bakeries & confectioneries, the Beauty & the Beast display at the Lego Store, & the Haunted Mansion dress at the Dress Shop.
We ended the evening by getting cliche balloon photos, thanks to the help of a friendly CM!
My little sister, Mackenzie, recently participated in another Disney College Program, but this time she worked at Disneyland. I went to LA with her, along with my mom & my other sister, Taryn, back in May to help her settle in. It was a long drive, but we had a lot of fun stops along the way!
Day 1 of our drive was OK>TX>NM. Nothing really eventful happened on this part of the trip. We left after I got done at work that day, & drove through the afternoon & evening, before stopping at a hotel in New Mexico for the night.
On Day 2, we woke up early & left our hotel. The landscape in this area is so different than anything in Oklahoma. I saw some mule deer near the road, which look quite a bit different than the deer we typically see at home. We also saw some dormant volcanoes, adobe houses, & lots of dry land & desert.
We stopped for a quick breakfast at McDonalds & Mackenzie noticed something funny - If you followed the Royal Wedding, you have probably seen the infamous photo of Meghan Markle's dad below. There was a large, bearded man sitting by the window of McDonalds, reading a photographic history of Britain. He just gave us a knowing smile. What a great guy.
Mackenzie & I convinced our mom that it would be a good idea to make a quick stop in Albuquerque to see one of the filming locations for Breaking Bad (it wasn't too far off of the highway!) so we stopped at Twisters. This was the set for Pollos Hermanos in the show. They have signs all over the restaurant saying that the show was filmed there, & all of the TVs in the restaurant are constantly showing Breaking Bad. I was hoping for a gift shop or something, but no luck! There is still a wall with the Pollos Hermanos logo though, so Mackenzie & I got a photo. We grabbed smoothies & churros before getting back on the road.
Eventually, we made it to Arizona & the Grand Canyon! We stayed at a hotel inside the Grand Canyon National Park, which was super convenient. They also had this tea tree & lemongrass soap that smelled incredible (& it's available online!).
My mom had been to the Grand Canyon years ago, but the rest of us got to see it for the first time. It was amazing to see, & truly a reminder of God's creation & glory. It's impossible for me to look at something so majestic (cheesy as that sounds) & not know that there is Someone greater who made it all, & who had a detailed plan for this world.
One thing about the Grand Canyon that was somewhat nice (& somewhat intimidating) was that there was no cell service or wifi. Like I'm about 100000% sure there is no way Grand Canyon University actually uploads their online courses from the Grand Canyon, because we were entirely cut off from the rest of the world. It was nice to have a day to be away from everything, but it was also a little scary because if something were to happen, we had no way of letting anyone know. It made me realize just how much I've come to rely on technology.
Mom & I had grand (ha!) plans to go out at night & take sunset photos, Milky Way photos, & nighttime photos of the Canyon. All of those plans failed. We were on the wrong side of the Canyon to see the sunset correctly, so a big ridge blocked most of the view. Then we had researched the best times to view the Milky Way, but when we got outside, it was already starting to get light, so there was no Milky Way visible. We attempted star photography, but it was already getting too light, plus it was super cold (in the 30s) & we did not pack for that weather. We got a couple of photos & gave up.
However, Mackenzie & I were able to reenact one of our favorite scenes from Parks & Rec, where April & Andy visit the Grand Canyon, & Andy is confused because he thought they were going to Mount Rushmore.
The Grand Canyon was never on my travel Bucket List, but I am so glad I was able to see it. I think it is somewhere everyone should go at least once, if you have the chance!
Day 3 started off with breakfast at Wildberry. This was one of my favorite meals of the trip! I got the Denver skillet with granola berry pancakes & a vanilla berry latte. Our waiter was a lot of fun, & the food was great! We had a bit of a wait, but it was worth it. I'd definitely recommend a stop here if you're in the area!
No trip to Chicago is complete without a visit to the Bean! We took a million photos, watched the ice skaters, & Whit showed me one of her favorite "secret spots" in Chicago.
We did some more shopping, stopping at several interesting spots. The first two photos are from After School Matters, which is a store that sells artwork made by local teens & supports after-school & summer programs.
We went into Toni Patisserie & Cafe. I snagged a bunch of macarons (of course) - the almond was my favorite! They also had some awesome Wicked cupcakes.
Christkindlmarket was highly recommended on all the Chicago travel blogs I read. This is a German-style Christmas market. We decided to check it out, but unfortunately, it was so crowded, it was hard to see much. We didn't stay for long, but they did have some cool things.
The afternoon was spent at the Art Institute of Chicago. It was fun to see the lions with their Christmas wreaths! We spent hours here, & still didn't see everything. Some of my favorites were all of the Van Gogh & Dali paintings, & the collection of modern art. I also made an Instagram story re-creating the scene from Ferris Bueller... I think one person got the joke. Oh well.
We took my first ever Uber ride to dinner at Homeslice Pizza. The Christmas decorations were fantastic! This place was a lot of fun for 20-somethings. We were seated in an enclosed trailer area that had heaters, neon lights, & a mirror wall. We ordered the breadsticks with goat cheese marinara, & a pizza afterwards.
We went to see the Zoolights at Lincoln Park Zoo. This is a free event, so it was well-worth the visit, despite the cold! We walked around the zoo, looking at Christmas lights, seeing the ice sculptures, walking through the indoor animal exhibits, & taking photos. There were tons of cool photo opps, including a meet & greet with Santa (although we skipped that... again. I guess we just weren't in the mood to see Santa that weekend!).
We finished the evening at Eno with wine & chocolates. There were some awesome flavors in those tiny truffles! The last four photos are from our hotel.
On Day 4, which was Christmas Eve, we headed home. It was super snowy, so there were lots of delays due to de-icing the planes, but I finally made it back to Oklahoma that evening, & drove straight from OKC to Duncan for Christmas with Laker's family.
Our first full day in Chicago also happened to be my 27th birthday! We woke up & walked to breakfast at Dollop Coffee. There are several locations throughout the city, so it was fairly easy to find one near the hotel. I got a fruit danish & a latte.
The next part of our day was filled with lots of shopping! A running joke between Whitney & my dad is their sports rivalry. My dad is a major Cubs fan, & Whitney is a big Cardinals fan, so I had to take a picture of her in front of the Christmas tree at the Cubs Store while we looked for my dad's Christmas gift. The lady behind her looked much more excited than Whit did!
Chicago has been blessed with not just one, but TWO Disney Stores. This one is the larger one, & it has the cutest decorations out front. Those door handles... My goodness. If you're obsessive like me, though, you'll go to both, because they have different merchandise at each. We also went to a massive Lush, & I was overwhelmed in the best way. They were one of (I think) 12 stores to get the Giant Golden Wonder bath bombs, which were absolutely ridiculous. I talked myself out of buying one (because why?) just for the novelty, & bought some other random stuff to try instead that our OKC store doesn't carry. The sales reps were super helpful, so good job to them!
Next, we checked out Hancock Observatory. Here, we also tried out Tilt at 360 Chicago. This is a "thrill ride" that tilts you out of the building at over 1,000 feet. I put thrill ride in quotes because that's how it's described online, but I wouldn't describe it as a thrill ride. I'm not afraid of heights, so maybe it's scarier than I thought, but I also have a heart condition, & I handled it just fine! Essentially, you are on a platform that tilts outward at various angles so you are facing forward out of the building. You can step back off of the platform at any time if you feel unsafe. It was a cool way to view the city, & it was a fun little "thrill" for $7!
My biggest complaint is that you can't get pictures while you're doing it unless you pay for their super expensive ones, or unless someone from your party stands outside & takes them - no one can take pictures from inside the Tilt area. The guy running it was kind of snappy when I asked him if he could take a photo with my camera ("I am not to touch anyone's personal property!" - Make sure he never signs up to be a PhotoPass photographer at Disney!) The first photo is one I took from outside the Tilt area when it was still empty. As you can see, there's a glare, so it wasn't really worth having someone wait outside for photos. We just went in together & didn't get photos. But we still had a good time!
Lunch was at Eataly, & it was delicious! Eataly is basically a mall of Italian food - restaurants, kiosks, & stores, all selling Italian food & ingredients. There are places specifically for wine, meat, truffles, cheeses, or cannoli. We ate some of the best pasta I've ever had at one of the restaurants, then went downstairs for dessert from one of the bakeries. Whitney had a mousse cake, & I had a chocolate ganache cake with gold GLITTER! I asked the worker to please give me the glitteriest one they had, & she was kind enough to oblige. It was so good!
The last four photos are pretty places we passed while walking & shopping.
We also went to Sears Tower, which has The Ledge at Skydeck Chicago. Their photographer was much nicer, & offered to take photos with my phone. She took photos from just about every angle imaginable, & let us take our own too. This was a really fun photo spot, but not quite so thrilling ;) At least not for someone who isn't afraid of heights! I guess it could be scary if you don't like heights. & of course, I appreciated the nod to Ferris Bueller on the way out!
For dinner, we went to Sugar Factory, which is one of my favorite spots in Orlando. The Chicago location was much different, but still had some highlights! The thing I missed most was the dancing... In Orlando, you can order sparklers on your food, & all of the waitresses will come out & dance. There was no dancing at this location!
They had a Santa sitting out front as a photo opp, & no one was taking photos with him. He got up to walk the room, & I asked Whitney to take a picture of me in his throne. Then people started lining up for pictures in his chair... without Santa in it. Poor Santa.
We ordered a blood orange goblet drink to share, & it was really tasty! We also got mac & cheese pops, & I got rainbow burger sliders. It was a fun birthday dinner, & a great way to end the evening!
Remember that time I went to Chicago in December & never posted about it? Well, I'm finally writing about my trip. As always, click links to see websites, & click photos to see larger versions.
I flew to Chicago from OKC. When I arrived, Whitney picked me up at the airport. I hadn't seen her since the spring, & it was so good to see her again! We caught up a bit on the drive to our hotel (the InterContinental on the Magnificent Mile) & then checked in.
From there, we walked to brunch at the Bongo Room. I had the white chocolate & caramel pretzel pancakes & a chai latte.
After brunch, we walked to the Field Museum. We spent hours exploring here. I had been to the Field Museum as a kid, but couldn't remember much about it. There were so many interesting exhibits! One of my favorites was the Specimens exhibit, which showed how the museum kept & categorized its various specimens. Once we'd walked as much as we could, we grabbed sodas from the gift shop before our next stop.
Throughout our trip, we used the Chicago CityPASS. This was $106, & saved us money on admission (& got us priority entry) to several of the main tourist attractions in the city. These are available in many major cities, so be sure to check out their website before you travel, & compare prices to see if it can help you save!
Shedd Aquarium was our next stop. Unfortunately, we didn't check the aquarium hours, & made it with just a little over an hour before close. We still got to see just about everything, but I wish we'd had a little more time to explore!
If you know me at all, you know I don't like crabs. Basically, if it has more than four legs, it shouldn't exist. So one of the first things I see was that giant creature pictured below. Nope.
However, we also saw the beluga whales, & they were so charming. I had never seen one in person before, & I absolutely loved them! They are so beautiful, & they were showing off the whole time we watched them - coming to the service, blowing through their spouts, "talking." It was so fun to watch!
We went into the dolphin show, which was also super cute & fun. The dolphins are so smart! There were a few other animals (including a blind seal) who came out to do tricks too.
Afterwards, we explored the rest of the aquarium, where we watched some adorable penguins, saw some crazy looking sea creatures, & looked at marine life of all sizes. Throughout the aquarium, they also had art pieces made from trash that had been collected from the oceans. It was sad to see how much trash they had found, & to think how much was still left in the oceans. Don't litter!
We walked to dinner at Lou Malnati's Pizzeria, which is Whitney's favorite Chicago-style pizza place, stopping on the way to admire the Christmas lights. After stuffing ourselves, we headed back to the hotel, stopping again to grab sweets at Dylan's Candy Bar. I tried some unicorn fudge here, which was cotton candy flavored, & bought a marshmallow chocolate bar & some gummies. Then it was time for cheesy Christmas movies & bed!
I decided to make tabs for my blog section in order to make things a bit more organized. Since I already have several travel posts in my general blog section, I figured I would link them here for convenience, in case anyone wanted to find one of my past trips! Click on the trip title to go to the link.
2013 Valentine's Day in Springfield, MO
2013 Disney World
February 2014 Springfield, MO
Dallas - Fall 2014
Universal Studios 2014 Part 1
Universal Studios 2014 Part 2 (Opening Week at Diagon Alley!)
Disney World 2014
Throwback Post: MLK Day - Civil Rights trip
December 2014-January 2015 Springfield, MO
Florida December 2015
Disney World - Epcot December 2015
Resort Touring + Disney Springs December 2015
Universal Studios Part 1 December 2015
Universal Studios Part 2 December 2015
Florida Spring Break 2016
Disney World Part 1 Spring Break 2016
Disney World Part 2 Spring Break 2016
Disney Resorts Spring Break 2016
Disney Springs Spring Break 2016
Destin, FL July 2016
Kansas City Part 1 Fall 2016
Kansas City Part 2 Fall 2016
Kansas City Part 3 Fall 2016
Disney World & Panama City Beach - Christmas 2016
Disney World - Christmas 2016 - Disney Resorts
Disney World - Christmas 2016 - Magic Kingdom
Disney World - Christmas 2016 - Disney Springs
Disney World - Christmas 2016 - Hollywood Studios
Disney World - Christmas 2016 - Animal Kingdom
Disney World - Christmas 2016 - Epcot
Eureka Springs 2017
Eureka Springs 2017 Part 2
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