First the Blog; Now the Book
Posted by Jeannie | March 13th, 2014

Jeannie’s new e-book, The Mother of All Field Trips: Homeschooling two kids in 14 countries, is a shorter, condensed version of the Kendrick World Class blogs that has the added benefit of hindsight into what our crazy travels meant (if they meant anything at all!)

The view doesn't get better than this. Here we are out on Jackson Lake in front of the Grand Tetons.
RVing Through the West
Posted by Jeannie | August 10th, 2013

This year we decided to travel closer to home and explore one of the most beautiful areas in the U.S.–Wyoming and Montana. We decided to go by RV because 10 years ago we did a trip with a camper to the Grand Canyon and the boys still talk about how much they loved it. It […]

On the Road Again
Posted by Jeannie | August 8th, 2013

We’re traveling again and I’ll post a few photos and thoughts in a bit. It’s amazing that it was easier to communicate with the outside world when we were in China than in Yellowstone National Park. In the meantime, here are two links to two of our recent NY Times travel stories.

Posted by Jeannie | October 29th, 2012

I’m on week 4 of my news black out and let me tell you, ignorance is bliss at a time like this.

Me with my umbrella and map--my two essential accessories in Tokyo. Aren't you glad I didn't post any photos of bathrooms!!
The Chinese and Japanese Unmentionables
Posted by Jeannie | September 4th, 2012

Moving from China to Japan, we’ve been talking a lot about bathrooms. The quality of the bathrooms is just one of the more obvious differences between the two countries.