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At Home and Abroad
Quote of the Week
Indiana State Parks
A New Venture  



 
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At Home and Abroad
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At Home -
Over the holiday weekend this year, we vacationed near home - an Indiana State Park.  When we are planning travel, we don't always think about the places we can go that are within a couple hours drive from home.
This year, Indiana is celebrating the 100th birthday of its state parks. We have visited a few of the 25 parks in Indiana, plus some in nearby states.  It has always been a rewarding experience.
Abroad -
The archive post that I've included this week tells the story of my decision to offer the Paris tour.  In just over two months, my dream will become a reality!  I still have room on the tour, but time is running out for claiming a spot. If you are still thinking about it, please contact me.  I am here to answer any questions you may have.  
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Quote of the Week - 8 July 2016

“There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign.”

― Robert Louis Stevenson

This Week's Post:

Indiana State Parks

Traveling does not always have to be expensive or far away.  You can visit a state park for a day or a weekend.  Our family has visited some of the state parks in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Tennessee, but we have several yet to explore.  Here is a taste of what is available in Indiana:

History

This year marks the 100th anniversary of state parks in Indiana. McCormick’s Creek State Park and Turkey Run...

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From the Archives:
A New Venture

My husband and I were in Europe this past summer.  We had purchased tickets for an organized group tour of World War II battle sites.  This was intended to be his trip – to focus on his interests – but it turned out to be a trip that would change my life.

In order to get over our jetlag before the tour started, we started our trip with a week in Paris.  As we reset our body clocks, we enjoyed our week in my favorite European city by visiting popular museums and monuments.

I have an easier time with jetlag, so while my husband rested, I visited several yarn shops.  One afternoon, when I arrived back at the apartment we had rented, my husband told me he had had a dream...

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Time is Running Out -
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Flights are cheaper than they've been in a long time. Now is a great time to go to Paris!

Paris is my favorite city in Europe and I’d love to share it with you.   I’ve arranged a tour, and would love for you to join me.   We will visit many of the highlights of Paris, along with yarn and fabric shops...

10 Day Tour of Paris

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