Maps

Canada

Canada is the largest country in North America and the second-largest country in the world; as such, each province has it’s own characteristics, history, and unique people.

In Canada, we’ve lived in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebéc and Nova Scotia and have travelled through all of the provinces with a black pin. To read about these journeys, select a pin from the provinces or territories below.

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United States

The United States is so vast and complex that it would take decades to fully explore; happily, we’ve been travelling for decades.

The US consists of 50-states, 1-district, and 5-inhabited territories. In an effort to become a member of the “All Fifty States Club“, we’ve visited 25/50 states (not all have been written about) and one district.

We lived and worked primarily in California with shorter stints in New York, Boston, Seattle, Mobile, Denver, Omaha, Chicago, Dallas, Washington DC, and Atlanta. To read about these journeys, select a pin from the states below.

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Central & South America

To read about these journeys, select a pin from the countries below.

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Western Europe

We have family ties in England and Ireland and have worked in both London and Cambridge. To read about these journeys, select a pin from the countries below.

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India & Sri Lanka

Surrounded by the Himalayan peaks and the Indian Ocean coastline, India has a rich history that evolved for hundreds of centuries before the arrival of Christianity. This history is integrated into every microbe of Indian society. We lived in Bangalore and travelled to India extensively. To read about these journeys, select a pin from the states below.

At the southernmost tip of India, you’ll find a teardrop-shaped country: Sri Lanka, where many original Buddhist ruins still exist. I stayed with friends in Sri Lanka for a month in 1997. Sorry, I forgot to colour Sri Lanka blue.

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