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  • Just moved here from 6 1/2 hours north by the Canadian border with my hubby and four kids, aged 15,13,12 and 8. We are always looking for adventure! We are a but north of the cities in Scandia, and have llamas, alpacas, bunnies, chickens, dogs, cats, birds, and a hedgehog named Daisy! I enjoy taking the kids on day trips that teach them and they can grow closer as siblings and closer to friends. I am looking for friends I can hang our with now and then, too ! Thanks for your site!

    • Thank you for reading our site! We’re kind of amateurs compared to you. We’ve only just started the double-digit parenting this year. We’d love to hear what works with the teens and what doesn’t. We are all sort of dreading that day when our oldest children no longer want to participate in our adventures.

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