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Steven Berger
Retired - My wife Annie and I keep busy with volunteer work and travel. I can be contacted at
Retired - My wife Annie and I keep busy with volunteer work and travel. I can be contacted at

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5/13 Dela-where?!
It had rained like cats and dogs as we left NYC for Dover, DE, also known as the First State Capital as the state was the first to ratify the Constitution. Luckily it was only drizzling as we stopped initially at the town's Johnson Victrola Museum. The inve...

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Natalie's Graduation and Visit to Ottawa
    DR. NATALIE BERGER, PH.D.  CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY     After two long driving days from Denver, we met Natalie and her fiance, Adam, the next morning in Paw Paw, Michigan where his folks live and where the wedding will take place in early September. We foll...

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Summer - 2017
    This summer we had planned to head west from Denver to visit many of the National parks in Utah and Arizona that we hadn't been to in years - Arches, Bryce, Zion, Canyonlands and the Grand Canyon. Since we sold our trailer last year (34 years of 5 - 8 w...

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11/14: Day Trip in Ethiopian Countryside to Two Exquisite Churches
Two days ago we had arranged to be picked up by Desta, a
guide, from our hotel to be taken in a car with a driver to Yemrehanna
Kristos Monastery and at least one other church in the countryside today. We had said we
only needed a driver as long as he spoke...

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A View From The Side - 1
I know a lot of you wonder what I do on these trips to help out so I thought I'd give you a brief overview of how important I am in making these trips successful. Having done these big trips 3 times now, I'm very experienced in making sure I don't forget an...

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12/3: Kathmandu: Coming of Age for Newari Girls in Bhaktapur
We didn’t get going out to the nearby city of Bhaktupur til well after 10 as I had wanted to finish writing the second post on our trip
to Bagan while we still had electricity at the hotel and Steven had had to go
to the money exchange once again. We had no...

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10/13 Hoi An: Day Trip to My Son, Boat Trip, Kim Bong Carpentry Village
Yesterday while visiting Hoi An's Old Town, we arranged a day trip for today through one of the many, many travel agencies there to My Son  (pronounced mee sun ) located about 25 miles from Hoi An. My Son is one of the most important historical vestiges of ...

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11/5 & 6: Copenhagen: Our Final Adventure!
The last post ended in Israel with our having returned from visiting the West Bank town of Ramallah on November 4 th which truly marked the end
of our long grand adventure we started back on August 3 rd . The next
day began our long trek home; we were up a ...

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Early update
Since we've gotten back from the last trip Annie has worked tirelessly to plan out our new adventure. And in the middle of all her trip planning, volunteer work and exercising she still finds time to compile a list of all the food banks in the Denver Metro ...

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A view from the side (3)
     It's been quite a while since I've posted anything because I haven't been able to reserve computer time but this morning there's a short opening! Trip's been great and the weather has been nice for a few days, although getting cold in the evenings and ...
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