At first glance, our road trip was all about babies.
In the rafters of the pavilion at Fort Lewis Lodge, a nest of baby barn swallows was trying out its wings.
On the winding roads of Bath County, Virginia, fawns were stumbling around on new legs and learning way too much about the terrifying creatures known as "Prius."
At the Goodstone Inn in Middleburg, Virginia, twin lambs chased each other across a wide open field scattered with rolled bales of hay.
But looking back on our family's third annual road trip (yep, we're the wandering sort), it became more and more obvious that what this trip was really about was growing up.
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