How a Nomadic Life Led to a Fresh View of Historic Philadelphia with Travel Writers Larissa and Michael Milne
- Travel & Outdoor
- The Conference Center at Penn State Great Valley, Malvern PA
REGISTRATION OPENS APRIL 14
Globetrotting journalist Christine Maxfield of www.CompassMag.com will interview Larissa and Michael Milne, who in 2011 chucked it all, to travel the world. They are writing about their adventures for the Philadelphia Inquirer and on their blog at “Changes in Longitude.”
The Milnes, a couple who had just turned 50, quit their jobs, sold their house, gave away their belongings and set out to travel around the world for a year. This was no ordinary mid-life adventure; no mid-life crisis, spiritual calling, or a sudden “bucket list” urge. The Milnes reeled from the physical, emotional and financial strain brought upon by years of dealing with a difficult family situation.
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