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kristineholst Flashback to playing at the park with Apollo, Ty's parents' neighbors' dog, and the best sunset #MKE gave me <3 1d

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kristineholst Caught a ️ in Milwaukee 7d

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kristineholst North Point Lighthouse in the fog // Milwaukee 1w

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kristineholst Lake Michigan in the Fog // Milwaukee 1w

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kristineholst Lake Park in the fog // Milwaukee 1w

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kristineholst I'm going through cheese like these baby sheep are going through milk! #19cheesesandcounting #shelburnefarms 2w

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kristineholst See you soon, Maine. It's been a real treat. #iwanttohugmaine 2w
  •   robca2 I go to Harpswell every year :) 2w
  •   kristineholst @robca2 Seriously?? Ty's brother & sister in law have a house there!! 2w

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kristineholst Québécois artisan cheese + Maine waterfront = 3w

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  •   afitimi Whoa. 3w
  •   tywhite Good move killing that moose so close to the cleaning & sanitary products 3w

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kristineholst Next time you kiss, do it in French. #montreal 3w

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kristineholst I don't speak French, but I understand art. #montreal 3w

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kristineholst Look at all the ice I walked on! // Frozen Lake Champlain 3w

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  •   robca2 I know right? <3 VT 3w
  •   kristineholst @robca2 I'm loving it so far! Burlington is pretty rad. 😎 3w
  •   robca2 I was in Burlington for a little while last year. 3w
  •   robca2 I met some cool people in a coworking space there. 3w

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kristineholst One of my favorite places 4w

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kristineholst The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum might just be my favorite museum. Aside from the exquisite courtyard filled with tropical plants under a stunning glass ceiling (Thanks to a strictly enforced zero-tolerance policy for photos, this is the only shot I managed to steal.), the museum houses a collection spanning several centuries and continents; every piece hand-picked by Mrs. Gardner herself during her travels. When she had accumulated a sizable collection of artifacts, including everything from furniture and textiles to well-known paintings and ancient manuscripts, she designed a 15th century Venetian-style palace to serve as a museum, with an apartment on the top floor. But what makes this place truly special isn't the collection itself or the grand building it's housed in, it's the experience that Mrs. Gardner designed. Every room has a theme that dictates the decor and tastefully strings together the pieces inside of it, weaving the story of Isabella Stewart Gardner's life as you wander through the different rooms. Unlike the typical museums with white walls and vast floor space, every inch of the Gardner Museum feels intimate and intriguing. Mrs. Gardner's energy, curiosity, and love of art can still be felt within those walls, and they are without a doubt contagious. 4w

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kristineholst In an unassuming (or scary, as my mom described it) part of Cambridge, hidden down what initially appears to be an empty parking lot between some rundown houses, is the home of the best goddamn lobster sandwich on either side of the Charles River, Alive & Kicking. Go here. #loadingupondunkindonuts 1mon

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kristineholst If these two sunrooms were a standalone apartment (instead of being attached to a 20+ room mansion), it would be a dream! #loadingupondunkindonuts 1mon

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