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A Nontraditional Thanksgiving

By Brent Ramirez
Blog Content Contributor

I thoroughly enjoy the Thanksgiving season. I mean sure, it’s not Christmas, but it’s the pre-game feast that gets you even more hyped for the most wonderful time of the year. 818 more words

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Tuesday Travel Highlight - Guest Blogger - Mercy Rossi

It is a pleasure to introduce my guest blogger today – Mercy Rossi, my daughter. She will take you on an exciting trip.

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This fall, my husband and I traveled to Zion National Park.  198 more words

Photography

Lost Around the Bend

Crossing the high desert of Arizona, we pass hundreds of miles of relatively level terrain with vertical features rising into the desert air as if appended to that flat surface…but all that changes as we come upon the Little Colorado Gorge and the Grand Canyon shortly thereafter. 73 more words

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Namibia Part II: Africa's Grand Canyon

After a smooth border crossing from South Africa we stopped briefly at a Namibian gas station to stock up on snacks and beer.  Our driver had warned that whilst Namibia was one of the more modern countries we’d visit with some of the best infrastructure, the roads would be the worst we’d travel on and he wasn’t exaggerating. 1,958 more words

Travel

Six Months of Living in the Van

Six months seems so long and so brief all at the same time. On April 23rd, we had all our belongings out of the house and were officially “homeless” living in the van. 450 more words