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The Wayfaring Family

Thank you to The Hollands for this wonderful tale of their adventures in Lexington when we finally got to meet!

Please take time to visit their website
http://www.thehollands.org

Tillers & Travelers

Social media is a basic necessity for us in our travels. It is a lifeline for staying connected with our hosts, venues, fellow travelers, and friends. We use WordPress as a journal/newsletter about our travels, bus life, healthcare, homeschooling, spiritual insights and the inner workings of our family life. We use Facebook to communicate about our music. We also have a private group there that we can share our most intimate prayer needs and requests. We have an Instagram that we share daily pictures of our adventures, and a Twitter that we use in tandem with them all. We have found our Instagram and Twitter great places to connect with fellow travelers, homeschoolers, food science, & social justice minded kinfolk. The Wayfaring Family is no exception. I met Anne via Twitter and with in our first few interactions we were plotting out a visit.

The Wayfaring Family’s profile reads, “Encouraging family…

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Waterproof: Survival Tale Of New Orleans’ Sculpture Garden

When somebody does a blog post right you have to share it. When you go to New Orleans…Visit NOMA Sculpture Garden. I know I will!

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Artists, by nature, are creative people. But if their works are displayed outdoors, some practical thinking is required to make sure they stand up to the elements.

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Mardi Gras in Morelia: It’s All About the Bulls

Great post! Love the confetti eggs!!

GALLIVANCE

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In Latin America, Mardi Gras is known as Carnaval , and here in Morelia the annual Carnaval Festival is called “ Torito de Petate ” – the festival of the “little bull made of woven reeds.” The operative word here is Torito

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