Holiday scene, Bronners Christmas Wonderland, Frankenmuth, Michigan
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Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!

It is a jubilant time of year as people around the globe celebrate a host of holidays. At Roaming Historian, we are enjoying Christmas festivities and preparing for the New Year and all the travel I hope it holds.

As I read posts from across the globe, I love seeing the various ways people engage in revelry. For many, family history comes alive as traditions practiced for generations are repeated once again. Wherever you are in the world (or roam to), Jon and I wish you a season of rejoicing and warm reflection.

I recorded a holiday card for all my Roaming Historian family from Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Michigan.

Happy holidays to all and may 2023 bring you joy, laughter, and great travels!

–Amy and Jon

Like what you just read? You can support me by following my blog and leaving comments–I love to hear from my readers. Happy travels! Amy

We sell fabulous photographic prints from our travels on our Etsy shop! These are great for home decor or as a gift. If you see a photograph on our website that isn’t in our Etsy shop, let me know and I’ll likely be able to add it to Etsy.

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