The photographs on the front of The Holland Sentinel were provided by a local family who sold their home for a nomadic lifestyle of full-time travel.
The story, by staff writer Stephen Kloosterman, profiles the family lead by Michael Boyink who is a web developer who speaks at related events around the U.S. His wife, Crissa, home-schools (RV-schools?) their children, ages 13 and 15.
The centerpiece is give a huge 6-column space for the story and three photos out front. (A photo gallery is online.) Old-timey frames were added to the photos, as were several corner photo hangers to evoke a scrapbook.
The headline in white really pops against the blue sky. The black type is a little harder to read, but still nice.
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