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Suzanne's wanderlust was nurtured in the Ozarks during childhood, but a 4-H trip to Washington, DC opened her eyes to the history, culture and magnificence beyond the hills and farmland of the Ozarks.
As a retired English teacher, she loves a good story. The stories collected during her many travels range from visiting the Library of Congress to Maspero's in New Orleans where Andrew Jackson signed the treaty to end the War of 1812. New Orleans of course, begged a visit to Cajun country for some mouthwatering seafood and an evening of Zydeco! Exploring ghost towns, Colorado Native American dwellings and the cliffs overlooking Big Sur, Suzanne has found America to be a blessing that provides a story and adventure alike at every turn.
While this beautiful country is a true marvel to behold, the world has astonishing stories to share. Because Suzanne travels and is willing to experience the awe and mystery of other places and peoples including cathedrals, architecture, graveyards, artistry, landscape, languages, various modes of travel and unique cultures, to name a few, which provide opportunities she just cannot get at home. Suzanne's personal motto can be summed up like this, "Every location has a story that speaks to those who will listen."
Suzanne is excited to collect more stories, adventures and memories traveling with YOU!