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Category Archives for travel

3 Lessons Learned on the Road ~ aka: Live the Life you want to Live

We've been on the road now for several weeks and what have I learned? I'm older than I used to be. The things I want and the things I thought I wanted, aren't the same. I'm groovin' with this RV life

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RV – Snowbirding newbies. Our big mistake.

I've never imagined myself as an RVer. Though I've always pictured myself living in the tropics during the winter ~ faint-hearted Canadian here ~ that dream involved flying. Which is something my husband,

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For a Little Something Different

PRE-ORDER MURDER AT THE BOARDWALK Now, for a Little Something DifferentSome of you might know this, but my husband, Norm Strauss, is a professional singer/songwriter. Before he joined me to work

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April Month in Review – London!

April 2017 was a time of travel for me going from Canada to Germany with a detour into London. I'm happy to announce no travel trauma occurred. 🙂 (See pdfs at bottom of this post). The purpose for

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10 Tips on How to Avoid Travel Trauma

In just over a week, I leave once again for Germany. My husband and I have been jet-setting back and forth for the last four years. Since he stays longer, I usually arrive after him and leave before him,

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February 2017 – Month in Review

My husband and I, along with our 22 year old daughter, escaped to Mexico from frosty British Columbia for most of February.  We're exploring what it would be like to snowbird in our future. Most mornings

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How to Pack Light – What you really need.

Happy me! I left snowy British Columbia for beautiful Sayulita, Mexico where I plan to wait out Mr. Winter. I'm fortunate to be able to travel quite a lot so I thought I'd share a travel tip on How to

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Have You Been to Sayulita?

My husband and I are looking for a warm place to go next winter – traveling from West Coast Canada, and a number of people we've talked to mentioned Sayulita, Mexico. Have you been? If so, what's

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