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Our First Christmas in the Holy Land
The Excitement of Leaving

When we tell our friends and acquaintances that we are moving the entire family to Jerusalem they often say “Oh, how exciting!” For several weeks I’ve had trouble recognizing the emotion I feel as excitement. From the moment we officially accepted the assignment we

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Tour of Florida

One of the things I love about travel is its ability to make me aware of my existence in the world and how I have the power to make that existence significant or settle in mediocrity. Lately, this is what

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Standing Indian Creek, North Carolina

This was a very wet camping trip!It rained everyday but I think it was the most fun Sweet Pea and Gypsy Boy have had camping, yet.

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Our First Backcountry Camping Trip
When Disaster Strikes Travel

Back in a post from June 2005,  I posted about the need to tag my children (equip them with proper identification) after the tsunamis of Asia and Africa. I decided to revisit this post for obvious reasons –  the earthquake and

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Planning Time to Plan

So, in the car on the way to somewhere, Dear Husband says,  “We need to talk about what we have planned for vacation.  I have 5 weeks (27 days of vacation) and I need to schedule for it, or I

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Speaking Japanese with a translator

Since the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan our family has been recalling the time we spent in Japan during our 2003 trip.The memories of our trip had been tucked away but now with the disaster they are

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Travel With Kids Tips (revisited!)

This is one of my classic blogs, but still relevant. ***We’ve since added another child and the children are older since this was first written, nevertheless timeless tips that I needed to review.*** These are a five tips, or things

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Costa Rica

I wrote this review about our 2009 family trip to Costa Rica. The review was sort of a contest. I had the opportunity to win an all-expense paid trip with the family to somewhere. I’ve forgotten where, well, because I

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