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Sandra Lynne Reed

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Sandra Lynne Reed loves history--whether it is her family history, or events in more distant times and places. In particular, she loves the medieval period around the Mediterranean, a world she was drawn into by Pope Celestine V. Sandra has visited family history sites in Italy, England, and across the U.S.A. as well as historical locations in Italy.

Sandra grew up in Alaska, and at age 13, she and her family drove 22,000 miles around North America. Her next adventure took her to New Zealand on the far side of the world, for an eleven-month student exchange, where she watched the moon landing on TV. She still loves travel, especially a road trip.

With a degree in English from the University of Alaska, Anchorage, Sandra has worked as a travel
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Sandra Lynne Reed This memoir comes from my personal experience traveling around North America in 1965. I was thirteen at the time. My mom and aunt, leaders of our adve…moreThis memoir comes from my personal experience traveling around North America in 1965. I was thirteen at the time. My mom and aunt, leaders of our adventure, dreamed of writing about the trip, but never completed a book. What was a legendary family adventure is now a story for everyone.(less)
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“I began to realize, like Jim did, that it wasn't where you lived but how you thought about life that made you the person you were.”
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