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(A very overdue) World School Bus UPDATE!

Hello, hellllooooooooo, friends and family and random people visiting because they saw us driving (probably veryView full post »

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THE WORLD SCHOOL BUS PROJECT | JANUARY 27 | WE (ALMOST) HAVE A FLOOR!

Welcome to The World School Bus Project daily blog! We’re a traveling, world schooling family of five who soldView full post »

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THE WORLD SCHOOL BUS PROJECT | JANUARY 13 | (HOPEFULLY) THE UGLIEST THIS BUS WILL EVER BE

Welcome to The World School Bus Project daily blog! We’re a traveling, world schooling family of five who soldView full post »

THE WORLD SCHOOL BUS PROJECT | JANUARY 2 | RAIN

Welcome to The World School Bus Project daily blog! We’re a traveling, world schooling family of five who soldView full post »

THE WORLD SCHOOL BUS PROJECT | JANUARY 1 | TOOLS!

Welcome to The World School Bus Project daily blog! We’re a traveling, world schooling family of five who soldView full post »

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BLOWN AWAY | TRAVEL BLOG | DAY 11 : GREAT SAND DUNES NATIONAL PARK, COLORADO

TRAVEL DAY 11 : Woke up early and warm, still wearing layers of clothes from the cold night before. Stripped down to aView full post »

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COLORADO! | TRAVEL BLOG | DAY 10 : ZAPATA FALLS, COLORADO

TRAVEL DAY TEN : Left New Mexico and headed for Colorado! On the way out of camp, the kids spotted a field full ofView full post »

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CRYING, EXPLORING, COMPLAINING, EXPLORING | TRAVEL BLOG | DAY 9 : BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT, NEW MEXICO

TRAVEL DAY NINE : Woke up feeling great and ready to explore Bandelier National Monument! It was a little bit drizzlyView full post »

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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY | TRAVEL BLOG : ONE MONTH ON THE ROAD

Today, America celebrates it’s independence. Tomorrow, we celebrate one month on the road and our ownView full post »

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OUR FIRST SUCKY DAY | TRAVEL BLOG | DAY 7 : THREE RIVERS PETROGLYPH SITE, NM

TRAVEL DAY SEVEN : Our first six days were so great, I knew a sucky day was coming soon. We may be living the dream,View full post »

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THE LEAST STRESSFUL BIRTHDAY PARTY EVER | TRAVEL BLOG | DAY 6 : LINCOLN NATIONAL FOREST, NEW MEXICO

TRAVEL DAY SIX : Five years ago, our oldest daughter Roxy turned five. To celebrate, we threw a party! A house full ofView full post »

SWIMMING WITH THE FISHIES! | TRAVEL BLOG | DAY 4 : BALMORHEA STATE PARK, TX

TRAVEL DAY FOUR : We were determined not to leave West Texas without swimming in the Balmorhea State Park spring fedView full post »

SANTA ELENA CANYON | TRAVEL BLOG | DAY 3 : BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, TX

TRAVEL DAY THREE Three days in and still not sick of sleeping in a tent, cooking on a camp stove and living out of aView full post »

AND WE’RE OFF | TRAVEL BLOG | Day 1 : WEST TEXAS

TRAVEL DAY ONE After nearly a year of planning and a week of trying to figure out how to fit everything into the car,View full post »

The risk of an unlived life

I was 20 years old the first time I moved across the country. I’d lived in Texas my whole life and had only been out ofView full post »