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Day 5 & 6: Joliet, IL and back to Ohio

Dad and I met Andrea Hein in Joliet, IL on Thursday morning (Aug. 5). Andrea was intrigued by the LifeBio idea and decided to write a column about it. It will appear in the Joliet Herald News on Monday. Andrea said that life had taught her...that everyone is, first and foremost, human. Each person should be treated with dignity and respect. No one is perfect. Joliet is a special town because it's the only place in the U.S. where Route 30 and Route 66 meet. Maybe someday LifeBio will make it all the way down Route 66...

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Day 4& 5: Chicago...Chicago...that wonderful town!

Later on August 3rd, Dad and I headed on I-94 from Detroit, past Kalamazoo, and on to Chicago. We were able to keep the top down on the convertible Mustang MemoryMobile as the weather improved, and we handed out LifeBio YoYos at gas stations and other stops along the way. Kids and moms & dads liked playing with a YoYo. Some said it had been many, many years since they had YoYo'd.

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Day 4: Sister Mary in Detroit

I had a 7 a.m. appointment with Sister Mary Watson at Detroit's St. Patrick's Senior Center. The rain made me a few minutes late. She showed me the dining area, which serves 150-200 seniors lunch every day, before we headed to a room next to her office to talk.

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Day 3: Detroit, MI - Interview with Ernie, a 93-Year-Old

Dad and I made it to Detroit. Visited the St. Patrick's Senior Center--an INCREDIBLE place. I had the pleasure of meeting Ernie Popyk. I heard about his experiences during World War I in the Ukraine as a boy. His clothes were made from the uniforms of fallen German and Russian soldiers. Coming to America, through Ellis Island, was a big shock. He saw cars and planes for the first time.

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Day 2: Pennsylvania Soldiers' and Sailors' Home & Cleveland, OH

Day 2 was very interesting. We met Karl Clark, a Vietnam War veteran, at the Pennsylvania Soldiers' and Sailors' home in Erie, PA. He served in the Marine Corp and spent 13 months in Vietnam near Danang and the de-militarized zone (DMZ).

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Day 1: August 1, 2004 - Erie, Pennsylvania

The Road of Life Adventure headed to Presque Isle State Park to greet beachgoers and to pass out old fashioned, wooden YoYos. Being across the street from a busy playground, we met a lot of kids and their parents and grandparents. The point is that these kids need to know their background and family value system--before it's too late. LifeBio helps people get this recorded. Everyone enjoyed a look at the Mustang Memory Mobile which is covered in photos and packed with our traveling gear.

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Preparing for the Road of Life Adventure--Beth, LifeBio's founder & president

Greetings from LifeBio! My first audio post describes why I am so excited about the upcoming Road of Life Adventure! I can't wait to meet LifeBio's members along the way!

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LifeBio.com's Road of Life Adventure

LifeBio.com is hitting the road this summer! From August 1st through August 7th, LifeBio will tour the midwest with our Road of Life Adventure, making stops in Erie, PA, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, down Route 66, and back through Indiana and Ohio.

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Grandma and granddaughter connect long distance using LifeBio.com

J.D. Whitman discovered the life of an amazing person, her grandmother--Mary Katherine O’Grady Coombs, when she began a school project using LifeBio.com.

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