Travel is in our bloods. Audrey traveled with her grandparents a lot, lived in Germany during college and crossed into The Soviet Union before The Wall came down. Bryan’s has too traveled a lot for both work and play. He saw the United States while cycling 4,000 miles from the Pacific to the Atlantic. And, he saw Europe for the first time after high school and made many more trips back. Both spent seven months traveling around the world in 2005.

Since there is so much to be learned in a foreign land, they want their kids to have that same adventurous wanderlust.

Our Most Recent Blog Posts
21May 18
We’re Coming Home Soon

We’re Coming Home Soon

Open House -- Sat, June 23 -- Stop By In less than four weeks we’ll be back in Pleasanton getting our house in order and returning to a more normal…

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07May 18
Tracking Threats Around The World

Tracking Threats Around the World

One challenge of traveling to so many different countries – we’ll visit 29 – is keeping track of all the potential threats. Whether natural disasters in Costa Rica, localized demonstrations…

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11Apr 18
Kids Really Are Resilient

Kids Really Are Resilient

If you have ever wondered if your kids could do this type of trip, don't worry as they will be just fine. Kids are resilient. Really resilient. re·sil·ient (rəˈzilyənt), adjective…

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31Mar 18
And Then The Boat Engine Died…

And then the boat engine died…

The boat started to slow down so I looked back to our 'captain' and noticed smoke coming out of the wish-we-had-an-Evinrude engine. And then it stopped. Kaput. Burned up. Dead…

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Botswana (Dec 2017)

Safely Landed in the Kalihari

Those Eyes

Where else can you pee on the runway

The airport

One of my favorite animals

A bit close

Zebras at the Water Hole

Okavongo Delta River Trip

Colin Interview Tom for is report on Botswana


Waiting for our plane

Cheetah after lunch

In the Lobby with our Guide at our Christmas Retreat

The Kid Likes Snakes