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We’ve enjoyed seeing photos from our readers on their travels with Alabama Living! Please send us a photo of you with a copy of the magazine on your travels to: mytravels@alabamaliving.coop.  Please include  your name, hometown and electric cooperative, and the location of your photo. We’ll draw a winner for the $25 prize each month.

Lynne and Duane Baxley of Clayton traveled to Granby, Colorado to visit their son, his wife and grandson.  They are members of Pea River Electric Cooperative. After being stationed in Hawaii, their children were ready to see some snow, Lynne says. “I enjoyed snuggling with my grandson while reading Alabama Living,” she adds.
Lynne and Duane Baxley of Clayton traveled to Granby, Colorado to visit their son, his wife and grandson. They are members of Pea River Electric Cooperative. After being stationed in Hawaii, their children were ready to see some snow, Lynne says. “I enjoyed snuggling with my grandson while reading Alabama Living,” she adds.
Four friends recently had breakfast at the Cottle House with Facebook star and cook Brenda Gantt. From left, Sally Perrin, Ellen Phillips, Brenda Gantt, Wanda Whitehead and Lisa Woodruff. The friends are from Alexander City, and are members of  Tallapoosa River Electric Cooperative.
Four friends recently had breakfast at the Cottle House with Facebook star and cook Brenda Gantt. From left, Sally Perrin, Ellen Phillips, Brenda Gantt, Wanda Whitehead and Lisa Woodruff. The friends are from Alexander City, and are members of Tallapoosa River Electric Cooperative.
Wendy Hellend of Smiths Station took her magazine to Las Vegas last fall, when she visited  the “Seven Magic Mountains.” She and her husband Frank are members of  Tallapoosa River Electric Cooperative.
Wendy Hellend of Smiths Station took her magazine to Las Vegas last fall, when she visited the “Seven Magic Mountains.” She and her husband Frank are members of Tallapoosa River Electric Cooperative.
Mary Crawford of Dutton, a member of Sand Mountain Electric Cooperative, took her magazine  to New Mexico where she saw the “World’s Largest Pistachio” in Almagordo.
Mary Crawford of Dutton, a member of Sand Mountain Electric Cooperative, took her magazine to New Mexico where she saw the “World’s Largest Pistachio” in Almagordo.

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