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Her interview is filled with wisdom and practical tips for others looking to do the same! Sherill: Since my dad was military, I was traveling before I knew what traveling was.

One of my favorite things to see on the road is an older person in a hostel. ” I also hope when I’m older I can still stomach dorm rooms!” I have to answer yes to one of the questions above or I will throw the garment back into the box and drop it off at the post office.Well, I may not go back to Paris anytime soon, but I want to be prepared..in case.Years later, I married a military man and traveled in the United States, [and also spent] three years in France and in the Bavarian Alps. But during the years of raising children and working, traveling was at the bottom of the priority list — until retirement age. It was only meant to be for the winter but lasted three years.This story contains spoilers for the “Outlander” season 2 finale and vague plot details from the third book in Diana Gabaldon’s series of novels, “Voyager,” on which season 3 will be based.

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