The Ultimate Trip Survival Guide by Catherine McGrew Jaime
The Ultimate (Field) Trip Survival Guide

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Between Dee and Cathy they have 14 children -- and they have traveled throughout the country (and in various parts of the world) with their respective families, logging hundreds of thousands of miles. (Yes, that is accurate!) They like short trips, long trips, and pretty much any kinds of trips...Day trips, multi-week trips...They've traveled in mini vans, big vans, RVs, jeeps...They've camped, they've stayed with friends, and sometimes even sprung for hotels. They enjoy writing about their trips -- see the adventures of Al, Bandit, and Horsey...And in this little booklet they share many of the tips they've learned from the numerous miles they've traveled with their families.
 

About Catherine McGrew Jaime

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Catherine McGrew Jaime was born in the Panama Canal Zone the first time her father was stationed there. In the 50+ years since, she has traveled throughout North America and much of western Europe.When she teaches, she strives to make history come alive for her students. She immerses them in each subject, including taking them on trips across the country to experience history where it happened.Some of her many trips have included following the Lewis and Clark Trail in 2005 with members of her family and volunteering at Jamestown during the 400 year anniversary in 2007. On a trip back to Panama in 2008 she started her "Horsey and Friends" series, which she has continued during recent "school trips" to Washington, D.C., Virginia, and more.
 
Published November 6, 2011 by Creative Learning Connection. 24 pages
Genres: Travel, Education & Reference.

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