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A New Perspective

Even exciting and fun vacations often have periods of boredom. Right now is such a time period. My family and I have traveled to Tucson to visit my parent's friends, the Koechle's. Their children no...

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Nature is a Gift

I'm standing on a rock, tugging my line as enticingly as I possibly can. I watch the stream ripple happily and the smell of growth is about me. There are rocks existing in peaceful harmony with the...

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The Comedy of Starers

Two weeks before take-off, Dad's passport mysteriously disappeared, only to be found lurking beneath a box of Fruit Loops in the pantry. Five days before take-off, the charming Victorian BB called to...

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My Not So Audrey-Hepburn-Wind-Blowing-In-Your-Hair-Roman-Holiday Kind of Experience

St. Augustine once proclaimed that "The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page." With blistered feet, rain-drenched hair, and aching bones, my first introduction to the European...

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A Japanese Lesson

"Nice hair color," was my first welcome into Japan. My first reaction to this small, bald man was to tell him he couldn't have my hair, but before I brought myself to reply to him, he looked at my uncle,...

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College Collage

One summer. 10 colleges. The summer before my senior year of high school was an ongoing trip, visiting colleges all over New England and upstate New York. From sweltering campus tours, to the same speech...

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A Magical Week in Peru

We walk single-file along the narrow sidewalk. The moon glows white above, and the clouds of twilight create a melange of blues and grays in the sky. Cars rumble and bounce past on the cobbled roads,...

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Car Ride Cahoots

Imagine the scorching deserts of the Sahara, the sparkling mysteries of the Taj Mahal, the glowering solemnities of Windsor Castle, the glittering splendors of the Vatican... Our family...

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Tennessee Perspective

It came. I knew it would, even before I exited the flight. The small plane had just landed at the Knoxville Airport in Tennessee, and my apprehension had already escalated to a sizeable amount. The seatbelt...

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