...and then they'd drive 2000 more to get back home.
When we both lived in the tiny mountain town of Idyllwild, seeing each other was an easy five minute drive. We've never lived physically close to we've been personally close to and that year spent on the mountain together was one of our most treasured times. When we both left the mountain we unfortunately left far too many miles between us, but on the rare chances we have to visit with each other life just feels right.
^ Never have I ever gotten a group picture of all our kiddos looking good.
^ Gin and tonic wizard Rog.
^ Back in our old routine, rolling film to develop together.
^ Legos, all day, every day.
^ Radnor Lake.
^ 12 South transformations.
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Roger and I took a day away from the family to head up to Kentucky and explore some of the Bourbon Trail.
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Leica M6 + 28mm Ultron and 35mm Nokton / Minolta Autocord
Kodak Tri-X film developed at home in Rodinal and scanned on a Pakon F135+