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Kids Who Dream Big – Vote Me Your Mayor

Would you vote an 18 year old to the school board? Did you even know that an 18 year old could run for public office?  What about voting a 20 year old to be your mayor? Jason Pollock, film-maker, writer, activist and twitter fanatic (@Jason_Pollock) just released a movie called “The Youngest Candidate” in partnership […]

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U-pick Strawberry Farms – Kid-Friendly, Budget Friendly, Green-Friendly

Nothing spells summer like strawberries and cream. Even sweeter is watching your child roam through a strawberry field in search of the reddest, ripest, and sweetest ones. Usher in the summer by getting a taste of nature. Kids of any age will love this activity. Organic Stawberries with Oceanviews “One of our local favorites is […]

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Maui Humpback Whale

Maui and the Mighty Humpback Whale

Where to Find a Humpback Whale near Maui Lead and Social Media Photo by: Bigstock/raphoto One thing you’re sure to notice immediately upon arrival is Maui’s fascination with the mighty humpback whale. Of all the islands and all the channels in between, the southwest coast of Maui offers the best chance to see these mighty […]

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Seeking: 3 Year Old Evangelists

“Ma Ma?  I found your website!” squeals my 3 year old with pure delight.  I look up from my keyboard.  It takes me a few minutes to process the following: 1) How does a 3 year old know the word “website” 2) How can a 3 year old find a website? I look over at […]

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Cherry Blossom a Bloomin’

By Lydie Thomas on Trekaroo: “The time of the year to see the cherry blossoms changes every year but it usually falls between the end of March and mid-April, depending on weather conditions. When the cherry trees are in full blossom, you are facing a sea of pink and white trees announcing the beginning of […]

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Taxes, Bootstrapping and Being Parents Don't Mix

Today, we filed our taxes and I’ve come to question whether our government is serious about encouraging entrepreneurship.  As parents and entrepreneurs, it’s unfortunate that our tax laws do nothing to encourage entrepreneurship among hardworking moms and dads like ourselves. Let me elaborate… Trekaroo is a bootstrapped startup.  When Brennan, Esther and I started Trekaroo, […]

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User's know what they want. We should listen.

It’s exactly one week since we launched Rate & Review for all 50 states.  This is something that our users have been asking for from the moment they set eyes on Trekaroo.  In all our surveys and feedback forms, families were asking why we wouldn’t make such a valuable resource for families available for as […]

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