Peach and Pine Travel: New England in the Fall

Most of the photos in this post were taken by Sydney Goodwin Photography.  I am backlogged on a lot of home posts these days (coming soon; pinky promise), but I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to share about the trip I just took to New England to spend time with my sister and celebrate Fall. …

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Peach and Pine Travels: A Moment in Burgundy

A successful trip isn’t determined solely by a well-appointed itinerary or significant sights. It is a collection of memorable moments strung together in a story. We take pictures so that we can revisit those memories, but sometimes that isn’t enough for me. I need to recount it with words so that I can record what…

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Peach & Pine Travels: The Grand Canyon

While this is primarily a blog about home design, it is hard to ignore the fact that we travel…a lot. I was gone 104 days last year, and Jeremy more like 150. We have been to a new foreign country every year of our marriage and lots of stateside adventures too. As bloggers, we love…

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On Finding Inspiration Everywhere…

This has been a summer of travel for me. I have been there and back again for both work and fun. I live in a town of minstrels and nomads (aka music city), and I feel like I understand what the life of the traveler is like a little bit better. Let’s look at some…

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What I Packed for Iceland

We have been back from Iceland for a couple of months, so I’m delayed in posting this a bit, but I always find packing lists for trips really helpful (I was inspired by Carly’s Ireland packing list on thecollegeprepster.com), so I figured I would share some more about how I packed for our trip to…

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Fourth of July in the Mountains and the Beauty of Rest.

We recently got back from a long 4th of July weekend in the North Carolina mountains, and it was just what we needed. We haven’t been with my entire family at once (Mom, Dad, Two sisters, brother-in-law, and dog-nephew, Flint) since Thanksgiving, and we got to meet them at my Aunt and Uncle’s place in…

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