Why Multi-Generational Travel Matters

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For my little family of five, travel is a family legacy: It’s a priceless inheritance that’s been passed on from one generation to the next. My husband’s family history is filled with trailblazing spirit and adventurous exploration, and the many educational excursions he experienced growing up homeschooled by travel-loving parents played an important role in developing his love for learning. We knew wanted to pass along that on-the-road, hands-on educational travel experience to our three daughters, and what better way to do that than to include his parents in some our own journeys!

Join me over at Wordtraveling.com’s “Vote for Travel” series, where I’m sharing my post about why I vote for multi-generational travel. After many years of family trips with my husband’s parents, as well as the trips our daughters have taken with their grandparents without us, I’ve really come to cherish the multi-generational travel experience. It gives us a unique opportunity to step back into the past, learn even more alongside our children, and strengthen family bonds. See my complete post for more about why you should consider adding multi-generational travel to your family plans.

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Renée Gotcher is a wife, writer, editorial consultant, and home-educating mother of three daughters. She has been married for 26 years to her best friend Kenny, whom she met while attending Oral Roberts University in the early 90s. Renée was homeschooled during her last two years of high school and started homeschooling in 2010. A former journalist, she is currently editor of NextGen Homeschool and blogs on personal topics at A New Chapter. Her family lives in Castle Rock, Colorado.