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From NJ to L.A. With 3 Kids and a Dog: A Cross-Country Journal

From NJ to L.A. With 3 Kids and a Dog: A Cross-Country Journal

September 25, 2010 5 Comments Blacksburg, Virginia   Tuesday, November 17 8:15 p.m.   It’s the end of our first full day of travel–headquarters for the evening is Room 144 of the Quality Inn in Blacksburg, Virginia. Near Virginia Tech. The boys are on a Skype call with their best friends and former next-door neighbors, Alex (aka “Pickle”) and Luke. I am ...

 

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Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg: Traditions of the Past

Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg: Traditions of the Past

September 19, 2010 1 Comment While it may feel like our Christmas traditions have existed since time began, this is far from reality. Modern American traditions are a hodgepodge of rituals brought to our shores by settlers from other lands. For example, Christmas trees were common in Germany by the 1500s, but were not popularized in the United States until ...

 

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Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia: History Made Fun

Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia: History Made Fun

September 6, 2010 3 Comments It would be easy to dismiss Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia as just another roadside attraction. Seemingly plopped down in the middle of a tourist area with a Ripley’s Museum on one side and a Busch Gardens on the other, Colonial Williamsburg could seem like yet another way to part you from your money. But those who ...

 

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