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Family Journey to Alaska

Some would say taking 13 members of someone's family on a cruise would be lame, but then again, in my experience, putting the words cruise and Alaska together is the makings of the greatest trip anyone...

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I’m eating WHAT?

A chance to see the Tower of London, Loch Ness, Stonehenge and other great locations on a tour of England, Scotland and Wales sounded really amazing. And, all in all, it was two weeks of really great...

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My Best Trip to Mexico

Ironically, it happened around Thanksgiving. Last year, my family and I took our annual trip from our small town in Southeast Alaska to Mazatlan, Mexico. The goal was to rest and get some sun while...

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2 Weeks, Many Centuries: My Trip to India

Over the past few years, books such as India Unbound and The World is Flat have flown of the shelves in open glorification of India's might as the 'world's new economic superpower' and the 'world's...

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My trip to Oaxaca, Mexico with my grandmother

I am not a person most people would be inclined to think of as adventurous. It is far better to be tall, strong, and have an intimidating presence. None can be credited to my person; instead, I would...

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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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My Part of America the Beautiful

Remember Lewis and Clark? They are those two brave guys that ventured into the unknown territory of the Louisiana Purchase way back in 1804. Once the Pacific Northwest began to form towns and states,...

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The Great Migration

It was cool, quiet, and except for the light from the moon, it was dark. It was, after all, the wee hours of the morning. After loading our pets into the Suburban, my mom, my little brother, and I began...

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Guess Whos Coming to Christmas Dinner

"Ah, this stuff is incredible!" exclaimed Abe in his South African accent as he threw up a pile of snow. This was the first time he had seen or felt the white magic as it descended softly upon us. It...

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