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Although life in a developing country is implicitly not as ‘cush’ as life in the U.S., one thing we’ve come to more greatly appreciate though is that in the developing world people seem to have a much deeper sense of community. In the ...
There is nothing more important than family and we are so grateful to be in a position to be able to be there for our family members who need us.
We do have plans to be in Albuquerque New Mexico to enjoy the balloon festival Oct 1st – 13th and a jeep rally in St. George UT Oct 25th – Nov 1st.
Family will always be first in our lives!
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