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"Wonderful article and photos Cindy. Thank you both so much for featuring us. Also, enjoyed all your other articles, Cindy, and seeing that you are a travel writing award winner. Doesn’t surprise me in the lease! Many congrats. I think I’m going to have to become a regular reader of SNT myself!"

-M. Schaver, SIU