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Through the Eyes of My Children: The Adventures of a Peace Corps Volunteer Family. Frances L. Stone. Peace Corps Writers Book, 2012. This is one of the books mentioned in my post, “Books by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers”. Initially I … Continue reading
Through the Eyes of my Children by Frances L. Stone happens to be the first book I received via inter-library loan from my terrific local librarian. In fact, I’m still reading and once completed I will submit an official book … Continue reading
Question#3: Was the road from Manila to Baguio all unpaved once outside the city?