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A brief taste of home

By Michael Kurtz | 1 Comment » March 16th, 2008

There’s nothing like a weekend with the family before heading off to London for the second leg of the trip. Despite the many items on the to do list, we managed to relax for a day, get in some comfort foods, and visit some of the places that make where we are from unique. For photos of the crew back in their natural habitat, click here…

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One Response to “A brief taste of home”

  1. Donna Says:

    Now this has a real ring of familiarity! Bet your family was glad to have you back for a few days. After being home I’m ready to continue my trip now.Let’s go!

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