T is Travel Abroad – #atozchallenge

T is Travel Abroad – #atozchallenge

#TBT, A to Z Challenge, Adventure, Cebu, Family Travel, Fuji City, Fukuoka, Giant Things, Himeji, Hiroshima, Indian Ruins, Japan, Japanese Castles, Japanese Shrines, Kyoto, Landscapes, Mexico, Nagasaki, Oita, Philippines, Selfies, Sendai, Tersier, Throwback Thursday, Travel in Japan, Tulum, Unexpected Discoveries, Unique Places, Wanderlust, Water Buffalo
For most of my 250+ blog posts on my Less Beaten Paths Blog, I have discussed the back roads of America and Canada. But for today's post in the A-to-Z challenge, I want to note some of my other travels outside of the country. I would like to say I'm a world traveler, but I have yet to visit Europe or Australia or New Zealand or South America. But, I have been very fortunate to have lived in Japan for a number of years. From 1987 to 1991, my family also lives there with me. I have also spent a number of weeks working in the Philippines and spend some time working in China near Shanghai and Suzhou. Finally, I should note that I have also visited the mainland of…
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My 100th Post! Creating the Wanderlust – 30 Years of Back Roads Travel with Family – Pt 1

My 100th Post! Creating the Wanderlust – 30 Years of Back Roads Travel with Family – Pt 1

Arizona, Backroads Discoveries, Bridges, Bucket List Trips, Cross Country Road Trips, Eateries, Family Travel, Giant Things, Large Statues, Mythical Creatures, National Monuments, National Parks, Roadside Attractions, Unexpected Discoveries, Unique Eatery
[caption id="attachment_6990" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Fredericksburg, Virginia Aug 1995[/caption] This is my 100th Post on Less Beaten Paths.  It is Part 1 of a 3 Part Series on travel with my family over the last 30 years.  This Post will cover the "Early Years: 1980-1995."  Subsequent posts will be "1995-2005" and then the "Grandparent Years: 2005-present." [caption id="attachment_6902" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Kravetz girls in Sedona, AZ Oct 1992[/caption] As a family man (5 children, 9 grandchildren), I want to dedicate this post to my travels with all of them since the 1980s.  These are fairly long posts with lots of family travel photos, so, feel free to skim through if interested, or pass onto another post in my blog.  But, I do also want to use this post to show how the…
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