#2: Judy and Ron – A 34 Year Long Nomadic Career

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We’re hearing from my Aunt Judy and Uncle Ron, who in 1970, first left the Manitoba prairies for Ottawa, Canada’s capital and left for Australia one year later with the Federal Government. What followed was 34 years of long-term travel and over that time, a total of 12 moves: their postings would be anywhere from 2-4 years at a time, and ranged all corners of the earth including (in order): Ottawa, Australia, Cuba, Los Angeles, Edmonton Canada, Kuwait, Ottawa, Saskatoon Canada, Pittsburgh USA, Edmonton, Oslo Norway, Ottawa Canada, Ladysmith, Winnipeg.

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