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August

2017

Tips for Moving to a New Destination Alone with Kids

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Moving Navigating airlines with loads of luggage can be challenging in and of itself. Doing it by yourself with children adds a whole other layer of challenge to your moving adventure. When we moved to Quito, I found out one week before leaving that I would be making the move alone, while Will was detained […]

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July

2017

Weekly Update + D-Day, Rouen and Champagne

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D-Day, Rouen and Champagne Well, it is Monday and I am doing last weeks Weekly Update today. Any guesses why? Lets just jump right in! This one is full of information, but the best part was our D-Day experience. APPLE IN PARIS! Oh Apple. We have not had a very good relationship in France. More […]

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July

2017

Inside A Traveler’s Walls: The Meyers Sailing Family

INSIDE A TRAVELER'S WALLS

I would like to introduce you to Scott, Brittany, Isla, Haven and Mira of Windtraveler. They don’t get the award for being our first sailing family, but they do get the “I’m totally impressed with you” award for sailing with 3 little kids. Whoop! Whoop! I’m doing a little dance for you over here Brittany. I am going […]

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July

2017

Decisions, Decisions: Tips for Choosing Your Destination

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Choosing Your Destination   When you’re traveling the world one hometown at a time, there are endless possibilities for choosing your destination. You could spin a globe, stop it, and go with the place on which your finger lands. While we may try that method one of these days, for now, we undergo a thoughtful […]

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July

2017

Weekly Update + Mont Saint Michel

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Mont Saint Michel What a week and I mean that in a good way. Work, more RV learning, birthdays, Normandy, Mont Saint Michel, multiple visits to the Apple store in Paris (a new phone and keyboard) and the list goes on. Today I am writing the weekly update from a campground in the Normandy region […]

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July

2017

Inside a Traveler’s Walls Sailing Family: Sarah Patterson

INSIDE A TRAVELER'S WALLS

A lot has changed for Sarah Carter since this post first went live back in 2015. She is now married to a fellow sailor and they are a sailing family. Plus, she started her business, Salinity. Check it out! I am dying to try her products. I love to see brave young men and women going […]



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