The Pedouins

Bill and Amarins packed up their three young daughters Cheyenne, Jasmine, and Robin and set off on a 7,000 mile journey from Mt. Vernon, Kentucky (just up the road from me) to Alaska. What's different about this trip is that they are traveling on a bicycle built for five! They call themselves the Pedouins, which is combination of pedal and Bedouins, meaning nomadic people. The journey included a detour to Mexico, since the purpose of the trip is to teach their children about the world. The family began the trip in October of last year, and they've made it to California so far. You can follow their adventure on their website. Link -Thanks, Hanan!

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No school for these kids. Unless they're being taught while cycling (which probably isn't the best means of teaching) these three will be three years behind in curriculum by the time they finish.
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