RootsTech 2019 Passes

As many of you know, registration for the world’s largest family history conference, RootsTech, opened last week. The conference takes place February 27 through March 02, 2019 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Right now, individuals can register for the four-day conference for the early bird rate of $189. Which is a great deal for everything... Continue Reading →


2019 RootsTech Pass Giveaway

We are only 160 days away from the world's largest family history conference and I could not be more excited. As you may recall, I have the privilege of serving as an ambassador for RootsTech (If you don't know what RootsTech is you can learn more here) and one of the perks of being an... Continue Reading →

Day 1 of FGS 2018 Conference

Last week, I had the privilege of traveling just a couple hours north of my home to attend the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) Conference, On the Three Rivers: Past, Present, Future, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The conference which was sponsored by among companies such as, Ancestry, FamilySearch, MyHeritage, and the Allen County Library, was... Continue Reading →

Homestead National Monument

After our stop at Alcove Spring, Kansas (you can read about Alcove Springs in my previous blog post), we headed north into Nebraska. We planned to camp at Fort Kearney for the night, however, we decided to take a minor detour to visit the small town of Beatrice, Nebraska. Mind you, Beatrice is nowhere near... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wisdom

Hello y’all, my summer cold is kicking my butt and I am traveling again this week, so I have not had time to write my second post about my Oregon Trail vacation. However, I did not want to leave you hanging without any content, so I decided to share a little Wednesday Wisdom. As a... Continue Reading →

Jumping Off: Day 1 on the Oregon Trail

Well, my family and I have returned from our epic 4500-mile road trip across the American west via the Oregon Trail. If you haven’t noticed, I have been missing in action since returning I came down with a debilitating summer cold, thankfully it wasn’t anything serious like cholera or dysentery that many overland pioneers experienced.... Continue Reading →

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