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26 October 2020


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Another amazing post from a fabulous guest blogger.
I enjoy reading each post so much.
Thanks everyone for sharing and thanks Corey to introducing us to so many of your guest bloggers.

I loved hearing about your life and meeting you and your daughters. Thanks so very much for sharing your experiences. It was great how you happened to “run into” Corey and Yann in the airport!

Thank you for your post. I recognized the photo of Sleeping Lady ( Mt. Susitna) right away, as I lived in Eagle River, AK for many years!

Oh how wonderful to have such adventures! Thank you so much for sharing!

Serendipity! What are the chances of meeting at the airport? Hope you make it back to visit your daughters soon. Enjoyed reading about your travels, thanks for sharing!

Thanks, readers!
I'm glad you enjoyed my photos and experiences! And my husband's photos, too.
I love that we all share an appreciation for Corey, and her encouraging blog.
Nancy, cool that you lived in Eagle River!
Cheers from Zurich

Your photos!!! I am always astounded by the beauty of Europe! I've never been so I appreciate the photos taken by my family and friends -thank you! My husband and I traveled to Alaska quite some time ago and I was impressed by the people who lived there, in the little bit of traveling we have done, Alaska -by far, had the friendliest people! I so hope you see your sweet daughters soon!

I want to go to all of the mountainous places! Such scenery, breathtaking. You've lived such an exciting life:)

Penni, I am glad you enjoyed Alaska! I think it's pretty special. Yes, I'm hoping and praying for a visit to Illinois in 2021.

Jackie, mountains bring me peace, and I think we all need that right about now! I am thankful for my life.

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