Taking the Kids — and debunking Thanksgiving myths
Plimouth Plantation recreates the Mayflower, Plimouth Plantation circa 1627 and the Wampanoag home site

Taking the Kids — and debunking Thanksgiving myths

That first Thanksgiving in 1621, the Pilgrims and Native Americans from the Wampanoag tribe feasted on venison, shellfish, and while there might have been wild turkey, there were just as likely swans, ducks and geese.

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Discovering the beauty, charm and eco-friendliness of Nicaragua
Melanie on horseback ride on overlook of Morgans Rock

Discovering the beauty, charm and eco-friendliness of Nicaragua

The San Francisco family was inspired to come to Nicaragua by friends who had visited with their kids, they said, and didn’t want to spend all their time on the beach — as gorgeous as it is

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