Senior Adventures

You might not live to 102, but have fun trying

Oct 31st, 2017 | By
You might not live to 102, but have fun trying

As I sit to write this, we are in that beautiful transition to fall. The trees have had their glory days, grow older and are beginning to wither, but not before that one last show of color and spirit.  Our lives are a bit like that. We start out as little buds and grow through
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A family that travels together has memories together

Sep 26th, 2017 | By

What could be more fun than a family vacation? I mean a real vacation of a lifetime with the entire family. Well, I just did it. Time moves so fast, and before you know it, the kids are moving away to college, getting married and having children of their own.  I thought it would be
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Marching to terra cotta army’s fascinating beat

Aug 30th, 2017 | By
Marching to terra cotta army’s fascinating beat

Seattle has been lucky enough to be one of two cities chosen to view the amazing Terracotta Army. This collection of terracotta sculptures depicts the armies of Qin She Huang, the first emperor of China.  The army was buried with the Emperor in 10 B.C. to protect him in the afterlife. We started our exploration
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Traveling with dementia is possible

Aug 1st, 2017 | By

 Just the phrase “traveling with dementia” brings on many, sometimes overwhelming, emotions — especially if you are the person responsible for making the decision and then going on the trip. Sadly, some may result in keeping the person with dementia from experiencing enjoyment and giving the caregiver very special good feelings. There is so much
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