Vacations Archives | Page 14 of 139 | My Family Travels
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Alive and Coarse and Strong and Cunning (Or, How I Learned to Be Independent by Getting Lost in Downtown Chicago)

(Title taken from Chicago by Carl Sandberg)The thing about going to Chicago is that you have to realize the city will inevitably steal your heart. With skyscrapers stretching...

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Ode to the Ocean

It was my first day in Little Bay (Philipsburg, St. Martin, Dutch Antilles); my first day in paradise. Clear water,...

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Popped Tire

I do not believe the sky that hangs over Wyoming is the same one I can currently see out my window. There is something magical about it, something completely unreal--it’s as if the sky was not above...

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Smiles Across The Miles

Falmouth, Jamaica, marked the third port of call on the cruise my family had...

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It All Breathed the Same Way

 

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Elephants in the Shadows

We were more or less protected from the heat of the sun by the tall trees surrounding the narrow dirt road. The van jolted along over potholes and speedbumps...

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To Fathom the Unfathomable

“2015 will be a big year for launchin’ rockets”The...

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Risks Rather Than Regrets

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The Girl in Stripes

About two weeks ago, I had the privilege of going on my first, actual vacation. We were going on a road trip all the way to the Gulf of Mexico so my grandmother could see the ocean before she died....

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Tai-Shan: The Waterslide of Sacred Mountains

Have you ever wanted to: start...

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