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Liv Fun

by Leisure Care
Winter 2012
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Against All Odds, the Dream Takes Flight 
by Beverly Ingle

She was inimitable, an audacious female in an era that didn’t quite know what to do with such moxie. She dared to dream without limits, at once challenging convention and herself.
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Cashing Out of the American Dream
by Max Wells

The dream is dead. Or at least on life support. I am not alone in recognizing today’s threats to the American Dream, articulated in 1931 by historian James Adams: “Life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement.” 
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Zanzibar: The Name Casts a Spell
by Pam Mandel

It took about eight weeks to prepare for my trip to East Africa. I had to send my passport off for a visa and get a lot of shots. There were a few odds and ends that I needed. Extra-strength bug repellent. Sunscreen. The right hat; one that would not blow off in the safari rig. While running these errands, I’d tell people what I was up to and where I was going. A flight to Nairobi. Over land into Tanzania. Then, for the last few days of the trip, Zanzibar.
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