by Judith Dudlicek Join Judith Dudlicek as she recounts the happenings and mishaps of a lifetime of travel with her family both in America and abroad. This family has done it all. Theyve slept in lowly tents, in the camper from hell (complete with mushrooms), and in first-class hotels (and almost in a hotel without windows). Relive the adventure as they face danger and excitement from the rainforests of Iowa to the other side of the moon. You name it, theyve seen it (well, almost). Hawaii and Europe will never be the same. Neither will the Continental U.S. (and they live here). ABOUT THE AUTHOR Born in a small town outside of Detroit, Judith Dudliceks parents relocated to the Chicagoland area when she was still quite young to be near family. Judith and her husband, Gary, have been married for over forty years; they have four children and five grandchildren. Judith has worked as an administrative assistant for almost twenty years. Her hobbies are many and varied and include travel, reading, writing, gardening, and a little sewing. She is an avid collector of cookbooks and vintage magazines, especially from the early 1940s. (2005, paperback, 190 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.