The Votes Have Been Tallied

Have you been waiting in suspense?

If so, you don’t have to wait any longer.

Voting has ended and I’ve tallied the votes.

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Which do you like best?

Do you mind helping me today?

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Photos across the USA by an Amateur Photographer

I just found out that today (June 15, 2016) is Nature Photography Day.

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Surfing for Family RV Travel Blogs

This weekend I gave a talk at a workshop for homeschoolers.

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11 Life-Lessons I Learned from Trees

Today, April 29, 2016 is Arbor Day.

And on a Road Trip Adventure across the USA, I enjoyed taking pictures of trees.

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33+ Places to Visit for Free during National Park Week 2016

Did you know that this week, April 16-25, 2016, is National Park Week.

Do you know that this week you can visit national parks for FREE!

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Honoring Thomas Jefferson Today and Across the USA

On a Road Trip across the USA, our family had the opportunity to remember and learn about many great Americans who helped shape our country. And one of those great Americans was Thomas Jefferson.

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5 Places to Go to Learn about Martin Luther King, Jr.

Roadschooling across the USA, our family researched and learned about Martin Luther King, Jr. before heading out on a educational sightseeing adventure (aka Field Trip). We found ourselves in Atlanta, Georgia on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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Sneak Peek of “America’s Devil Island” also known as Alcatraz

Roadschooling across the USA – Today, March 21st, is a great day to virtually visit Alcatraz Island (or take an actual field trip if you live nearby).

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11 Fun and Family-Friendly Things to do on St. Simon’s Island

Flipping through files of old photos on my computer last week, I ran across pictures of a place that I’d like to go again.

I’d like to go back to the Golden Isles of Georgia.

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