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Planning a Summer Road Trip Worth Remembering Family travel is on the rise, and that’s an amazing thing. Experiences and time together create lifelong memories. Some of the most vivid memories of my childhood are from road trips. Yet, planning a family road trip can be a daunting task. As a mom who believes in […]
Summer is nearly here and if the idea of visiting another amusement park or sitting on a beach doesn’t motivate you to make vacation plans, consider a good, old-fashioned road trip. With the open road in front of you and time built into your itinerary to explore some small-town attractions along the way, your […]
Like most little boys, my son became obsessed with trains from a very young age. It never mattered if it was Thomas the Tank Engine or the D.C. Metro, if the opportunity to ride one presented, the begging commenced immediately. One of the first picture books he remembers is The Polar Express. The Christmas he […]
Travel is an important life skill we need to instill in our children. You can save money on family trips! Here, we want to share family travel tips and secrets to help you save money on your travels, especially with the Holidays approaching! On this video Google hangout, I visit with awesome Top- Mom Bloggers from […]
Today is Day #14 in our Travel is… series! Here in Autismland, we say that travel is the ultimate field trip and we take a ton of them! We do a 4-day school week saving Fridays for travel to learn new things. Some weeks, we travel around the great state of Florida while some weeks […]
Any time we have to opportunity to travel as a family, we are looking for fun and adventure. However, there are other benefits to traveling as a homeschool family we like to take advantage of as well, like learning on the road. We turned our recent trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming into a spontaneous field […]
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