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London Town

This summer was my first time back in London in a long time. Having lived there from 14-16 years old, going back feels like visiting a past life. It was so long ago and such a special time in my family’s life.
London is one of the most beautiful cities and you are reminded of this as you stroll through it’s ancient streets. We visited a few of the typical spots but also some of the spots that reminded me most of my time there.

Aydan Puth PhotographyI love the Firmdale Hotels and how each hotel is different and decorated by local artists and craftsmen. We stayed at The Knightsbrige Hotel, at the beginning and end of our trip to Greece, which allowed us to experience 2 lovely, and totally different rooms. The hotel is also right in the heart of the city but it gave the feeling that you were in your own perfect London townhouse.

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Aydan Puth Photographydsc_0569The place we called home for a few years.

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Manifest Destiny, USA

Our journey from New York to California – and every where in between.


There really isn’t any way to describe the feeling of drive across the United States, from coast to coast. You don’t realize how vast and different this country is until you can see each piece of it back to back.

Our drive spanned for a little over a week, rushing through the first few states, our first stop was Nashville – only for a moment. There wasn’t time to stay still, just time for some fried chicken. From there we high tailed it through Arkansas and Oklahoma, making a pit stop at POPS and the Route 66 museum. Hoping on Route 66 gave us a sense of calm, we had arrived on the road that would take us to our new home.
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Next up was Amarillo, home of the Cadillac Ranch, the Route 66 diner, and a lot of open Texas land.


A little peace was brought to us as we arrived in Santa Fe for a few days. The city is filled with the most picturesque adobe buildings and friendly people.

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When you’re on the road you can’t be still for too long. From Santa Fe we were Grand Canyon Bound.


The Grand Canyon possesses too much beauty to put into words.

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We could feel the end was near as we made our way through the rest of Arizona.WoodImage (2)

The Ace Hotel in Palm Springs provided a much needed hut tub and a little time for reflection as we entered our new home state.

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I would move again just to get to do the drive once more.

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The Hideout Ranch, Wyoming

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For most of my life my family has made the journey west every other summer to live like cowboys. This adventure brought us to The Hideout Ranch  in Shell, Wyoming – population 83.

Mornings consisted of hearty breakfasts in the lodge to prep for a full day of riding. Spending the day on a horse, exploring untouched land as far as you can see, will bring out the cowgirl in you.

Wyoming is a place that every time I go, it feels like home.

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