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November 5, 2013 12:00 AM

Susan Vollenweider - A far-flung family can still forge fun

Like a lot of far-flung families, mine has cobbled together a routine. Instead of stopping by on our way home from school, we call on the phone. Instead of sharing the moment an award was won or a play made, we send pictures and video. We travel to them, they travel us. Sometimes we travel together.

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