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Today we are taking you to Olympic National Park located in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington.  We spent two full days there on our trip to Seattle this past year.  We honestly would have spent another day there if it hadn’t taken so long from Seattle each day.  Between the ferry ride and the time […]

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Salem is most well known for the Salem Witch Trials.  And the city today definitely takes that to heart.  Everywhere you look there are pictures of witches, stores related to Wicca, and a memorial to those “witches” who perished during the height of the hysteria.  As you wander around, it is clear to see that […]

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  During our road trip to the South, we specifically stopped in Beaufort, South Carolina for one reason…to visit the National Cemetery located there where John has a relative buried.  After finding out the number placement of the gravestone, we searched the grounds until we found one Richard Sullivan of Ohio.  But even if you […]

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Last year we had the chance to spend some time driving Route 66 and seeing some it’s most famous funky sites.  Among them was the Wigwam Motel, a fun vintage motel that is still operational.  Don’t you think it would be fun to stay in one of these enclosed teepees for the night? Click on […]

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During our visit to Brazil, we were fortunate enough to visit an eco-lodge in the Amazon jungle.  We spent a couple days there and did a variety of activities, including a jungle walk.  Turns out that it is super easy to lose your way, so we had to be vigilant to make sure we didn’t […]

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Welcome to Tuol Sleng Genocide Musuem, where during it’s prison days it was simply called S-21.  Located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, it was used during the Khmer Rouge reign to house Cambodian citizens that the Khmer Rouge considered criminals.  Criminals like teachers and monks.  Anyone with an education was considered disposable and put here at […]

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Cities around the United States tend to be famous for different reasons.  For instance, in Kansas City where we live, the city is famous for it’s fountains.  They are everywhere.  But in Chicago, it has to be the deep dish pizza, the magnificent mile, and the public artwork.  While we love the pizza, it is […]

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As we were discussing Gloucester on Monday, we thought it was the perfect segue to show you another little gem from the area.  Sitting minutes away is another small seaside town, Rockport, Massachusetts.  And it is there you can find this famous fishing shack located on Bradley Wharf, Motif #1.  Technically this is a replica […]

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