We are just an average American family. We live in a middle-class, suburban neighborhood. We have the requisite two cars (one being a mini-van), mortgage on a house too big for us, and a busy kids' schedule. Up until recently, we even had the dumb, happy dog to go along with our happy, perfect life. But something was missing. Something was imperfect in suburbia.
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A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by Nathan over at wandrlymagazine.com to help provide some information on how we make a living while on the road.
Today is the first of our new series of "Family Interviews" that I will be publishing every Wednesday. I think it's about time that we all got to know a few families that are here on VagabondFamily.org. The lucky first family to be interviewed is the Denning Family who are currently in Mexico on their journey from Alaska to Argentina. I'd like to thank them for their personal commitment to getting up at 4am in the morning to work on their blog (you'll see what I am referring to a little later in the interview).
Would you like to meet up with another travelling family or find out whos in your next destination to get advice? Or do you just want to know where we all are across the world? Weve just added a new mapping feature to Vagabond Family to help you do just this. It's easy to use and you can even intergrate it into your own website!
The Vogel Family (Family on Bikes) have recently completed a 2 1/2 year journey from Alaska to Argentina. Their sons were hoping to be Guinness World Record holders for the Youngest Person (well persons) to pedal the length of the Americas but while they were cycling the rules have changed. Is GWR being responsible or unfair?