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PUR­POSE Cut­ting loose, with tunes THE GET­AWAY Mis­sis­sippi Blues Trail

When our planned an­niver­sary trip fell through be­cause of a last­minute flight can­cel­la­tion, it was too late and too pricey to re­book. So we packed a bag and hit the trail— specif­i­cally, the Mis­sis­sippi Blues Trail. We started at the beau­ti­ful beaches of Bay St. Louis, Mis­sis­sippi, and drove up to Jack­son. But one of the coolest towns was Clarks­dale, home of the blues—and the Delta Blues Mu­seum. We ducked into Red’s juke joint, a hole in the wall where lo­cals and tourists sip bour­bon from plas­tic cups and lis­ten to live bands. My mu­sic-geek hus­band was in heaven. While I’m more of a Bey­oncé gal, noth­ing thrilled me more than hit­ting the road with no ex­pec­ta­tions.

THE TAKE­AWAY Ad­ven­ture, con­ver­sa­tion, the un­known. “Be­ing spon­ta­neous with your part­ner and hit­ting the road at a mo­ment’s no­tice can bring out your play­ful side,” Strober says. A road trip is au­then­tic and can be full of sur­prises. Plus, mu­sic cities are made for danc­ing: “That wild side of yours might be just what the doc­tor or­dered to spice up your re­la­tion­ship and make her look at you in a dif­fer­ent light.”

DO IT YOUR­SELF New Or­leans, Nashville, Austin, and Seat­tle. Want a pri­vate dance? Back at the ho­tel, let her pick a song and take turns slowly un­but­ton­ing or slip­ping off each other’s clothes as you dance to­gether, says Perry. “Tell her you love the way she dances,” sug­gests Hirschman. Then en­joy the view.

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