July 10, 2020
The two-year anniversary of my move from Nashville to Madison is coming up in the next month, and as the time passes I feel less like a resident tourist and more like a true Madisonian. We all have places in our city that we love and frequently visit. Some of these are well known and popular, while others can be more personal and special in their own way. These are my top 5:
These are just some of the places I’ve come to love in my short time in Madison. What are some of yours?
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