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PassPorter’s Walt Disney World

PassPorter’s Walt Disney World

December 15, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

PassPorter’s Walt Disney World – The unique travel guide, planner, organizer, journal, and keepsake! One of our dream as parents is to bring our kids to Florida in vacation. Not for a week or two but more in the line of a whole month of fun visiting various theme parks including Walt Disney World. Last […]

Book Review – Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World

Book Review – Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World

November 26, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

When you travel with your RV, you sometimes plan where you will end up.   And one of the places we would love to bring our children is definitively Walt Disney World.  My husband and I dream of the day where we can surprise the kids with an extended trip to Florida and explorations to places […]

Find it, Make It

Find it, Make It

October 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Find it, Make it – Outdoor Green Crafts for Children Written by Clare Young Published at Cico Books About the book Keep kids entertained with Clare Youngs’ brilliant collection of toys, jewellery, gifts and more that have been designed with the environment in mind. Every project incorporates some kind of recycled material, whether using a […]

KanJam The Ultimate Disc Game

KanJam The Ultimate Disc Game

September 21, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

What is KanJam? KanJam is a game that is gaining popularity and is based in throwing a flying disk into a container to mark points. This game originally started back in the mid 1990s when a few guys were throwing a disc into metal garbage can just for the fun of it. This game is […]

A Summer Friday Night in a Small Town

A Summer Friday Night in a Small Town

July 24, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

As we travel across the country in our Motor home (we are full-timers), we find ourselves staying in a variety of locations. We spent Friday evening in a small town, where they have a number of activities during the summer. We are in Winchester Bay, Oregon, which is about 4 miles from Reedsport and both are on the Umpqua River (with a total population of less than 5,000). The small town allows you to enjoy the activities without the overly large crowds in larger venues.