Travel Tips

Mama J on August 24th, 2011

Every so often I throw in a travel blog. Today I feel compelled to write about a great little camping spot here in Northern Colorado: Inlet Bay at Horsetooth Reservoir. This is part of Larimer County Parks. Just before school started I stole my youngest away for a last night of camping. It had to […]

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Mama J on February 19th, 2010

Viagra online OK, I said I was only going to blog about my book chapter topics for now, but I’m so excited about a group I’ve become part of that I had to share. I’ve written before about the concepts behind The Mother-Daughter Project, an initiative to keep mothers and daughters close and supported along […]

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Mama J on June 28th, 2009

Today is a milestone; one I kept thinking about the entire week prior.  My nine-year-old just left for her first sleepaway camp.  As I told my husband after she was whisked away in the carpool van, “This is harder than the first day of kindergarten.”  OK, it’s only two nights and three days at 4H camp […]

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Mama J on May 16th, 2009

I’m talking about a real, get-in-the-car, bike, or hike kind of day trip, by the way.  As you may already know, I write nine things so you can fill in the tenth. Get you and your family out of the house.  I love my home and have been working on making it a comfortable place with […]

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Mama J on January 13th, 2009

In much of the U.S. and in many other areas of the world, it’s winter – the real, snow-piled-on-the-sides-of-the-road kind of winter.  This is a time when outdoor enthusiasts’ thoughts turn to winter sports. When the outdoor enthusiasts also happen to be parents, the creativity begins. Since I love downhill skiing, I had my daughter […]

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Mama J on October 30th, 2008

When Amy was about three or four (she’s now nine) I thought of starting a website called Mama Jo’s Travel Tips.  I had a fantasy that Amy and I would travel the country and post reviews on the activities we did and the places we stayed.  Of course, that would have required unlimited time and […]

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