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Band Trip to Disneyland

My stomach fluttered with anticipation and excitement as our Boeing 727 took off from the rain-soaked Portland Airport towards the Golden State of California. This, however, was not just any trip; this...

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City of Life

The wind grabbed my ponytail and whipped it backward with alarming force as our airboat sped forward through the gray-green swamp. A dense thicket of trees lined the banks, and my eyes had just enough...

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A Life-Changing Trip

In the summer of 2006, I went on a trip to Spain. I was very excited, for this was my first time out of the country. I traveled with my parents, another chaperone pair, and twenty-five other students...

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Crater Lake Weekend

As the summer of 2005 came to an end, my family of five was about to embark on our annual camping trip to Oregon's Crater Lake National Park, near Medford, Oregon. For those who have not had the opportunity...

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Un Noche Magico en Tortuguero

As we trekked through the forest, the salty Caribbean Ocean meandered through our naive nostrils. Using my peripheral vision to assure I was following the group, my eyes scanned the ground for tree...

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Half The U.S. In 3 Weeks

In August of 2005 my family and I, took a trip around the U.S. in less than three weeks. I would say that it was the highlight of my whole life. We left from San Diego, California on August...

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A Dream Accomplished: An Old Man’s Desire to See the Rocky Mountains

This is the story of a sweet man who had every dream achieved but one. The youngest of his children made that one dream an accomplishment in the summer of 2005. His daughter took him and his wife,...

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mexico mission trip

It was four-o'clock in the morning on yet another stifling day in Piedras Negras , Mexico. Our group of twenty-five teenagers and five chaperones were kicking stones in the middle of the dusty road,...

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Trip to China

Christmas is usually a time for family gatherings and present exchanging. For me, however, the holiday meant another time to be envious of all the happenings around me. The only family I had in the...

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