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Family Travel with Children-Life in the Slow, Fun Lane In Part 2 of ‘A Kaough Family Travel Adventure’, Corin delves into everything from pre-trip concerns, the doors travel with a child open and quite a few well earned, insightful lessons
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The Kaough Family Adventure started in 2012 with a question. That question being,”What to do?” For close to 20 years Corin Kaough had worked in the Environmental Department at the Hovensa Oil Refinery on the island of St. Croix in
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A four minute video by the youngest Bursch family member who was all of three years old during my first visit to Alaska. It’s a video that brings a very big smile to my face. And not just because it
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At a time when it seems an overprotective society is wrapping their children in ever thicker layers of cotton wool and bubble wrap, some parents manage to not only buck the trend, they redefine it. What follows are interviews with
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It’s been a long while since I last saw Tom and Cate’s two daughters, Frances and Maggie. Eighteen years long, to be exact. And, to be honest, I didn’t really know what sort of email response, if any, I’d get
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As touched on in “Salmon Summer”, I didn’t really know what to expect from my first season venturing out to Pilot Point, Alaska as a commercial salmon fisherman with the Bursch family. Just arriving into Anchorage beneath a clouded midnight