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mammoth tar pit, la brea

La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles, California


Wooly mammoths. Sabertooth tigers. Great toed sloths. Downtown Los Angeles, California. Yup. They were there. For reals. That black stuff they pave roads with? Tar. Bunches of it right in the middle of the City of Angels. And they’re still digging out fossils. We stepped off our 3rd bus in less than 2 hours and stepped back in time. A…

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Location Independence – What is it?


There is a phrase being bandied about these days, especially on travel blogs: location independence. But what is location independence, exactly? I submit that that depends entirely upon you. What is location independence to you? First, let me back up. The idea of location independence is a combination of freedom to live or travel anywhere independent of the source of…

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It’s A Book!


The Working Parent’s Guide To Homeschooling   It’s finally in print and boy am I anxious to get this book out to anyone who might benefit from it. Think you’re too busy working to homeschool your children? Think again! “The Working Parent’s Guide To Homeschooling” is packed with tips, tricks, suggestions and resources to help working parents take charge of…

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Slow Travel: Freedom To Roam – Or Not


Sangre de Christo Mts. Colorado Change of plans. My son’s grandma is dying. Quickly. We are finishing out the winter in Colorado, after all. Minimizing our life into a 28 ft. RV and a 14 ft. vintage trailer has given us the freedom to be able to be here with her and grandpa. Slow travel means we can stay here…

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