Send us your photos of travels with Dad


Sometimes, our best travel partner is the one who’s been traveling with us our whole life.

With Father’s Day approaching, we want to hear about trips you’ve taken with a dad, grandpa, son or other special man.

Please email a high-resolution image, a description of where and when the photo was taken, the names of the people in the photo and a few words about why you love traveling together to kfinan@statesman.com by noon on Tuesday, June 14. A selection of photos will run in an upcoming travel section; even more will appear in an online photo gallery.


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