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Where you go isn’t what matters most, but it helps

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Scenic Gatlinburg, Tennessee is a popular vacation destination all year round, but not one Christina Miltsch might have picked on her own.

“I’m a beach girl,” she smiled. “But my aunt put this all together. She worked her whole life and said, ‘I really want to do a family reunion.’ “

It had been about 20 years since their extended family got together on a cruise. For years her aunt, Trish Floyd, saved up money and banked timeshare credits so they could reunite this past summer. 

“Seven families were able to go, and she paid for it all,” Miltsch said. “I literally can’t express how thankful and grateful I am to my aunt. This has been in the works a long time.” 

Story Credit: usatoday.com

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