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Ford: Will An Autonomous Vehicle Be Available in 2020? Solving the Climate Issues

The Ford Motor Company shared some exciting news about the future of their autonomous vehicle project at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). In a fireside chat with Raj Nair, Ford Executive Vice President of Product Development shared details about recent winter driving tests plus more about the technology behind these driverless vehicles.

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2016 Ford Explorer Platinum: Cutting-Edge Tech in a Sleek Package #ExploreMore

Someone hands you the keys to a 2016 Ford Explorer Platinum and tells you to go out and explore….it seems like a dream, right? But that’s exactly what happened to me recently when I participated in a unique event to get to know the newest Ford Explorer first hand. The 2016 Ford Explorer Platinum Adventure Tour was an opportunity for me to experience this new vehicle among some our country’s most beautiful scenery.

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2016 Ford Explorer Platinum Adventure Tour

When Ford asked if I’d like to participate in their Explorer Platinum Adventure Tour, I didn’t hesitate for a moment in saying yes. It’s a chance to be among the first to drive this new vehicle and on some of the most stunning roads in the US and Canada.

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A Walk in the Woods Movie – Bryson/Redford Labor Day Weekend #TakeAHike

One of my favorite books has been made into a movie starring Robert Redford whom I’ve adored since the 70s. Somehow the fact that this was happening had gotten by me unnoticed until today! I happened to look up the title for another piece I’m writing about crafting while listening to audiobooks, when there it was an advertisement for “A Walk in the Woods” by Bill Bryson opening Labor Day weekend!

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The Perfect Summer Vacation Just Got More Affordable

The news has been reporting that airlines ticket prices are dropping, so when I got an email telling me about one of my favorite carrier’s 8-hour sale, I got a little giddy. We’re taking a family trip to Hawaii in October, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t stop everything I was doing to check them out.

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End Child Hunger With the Seattle Mariners and Ford

School gets out in a couple of weeks, which means most households will be scurrying to find new activities to fill up all the kids’ newly established free time. Some families in Washington, however, have an even bigger worry — how to feed their kids. Nearly one-quarter of Washington children are food insecure, which means they don’t know how their next meal will be provided. Government-funded breakfasts and lunches are fed to these children at school, but when the school year ends so do those regular meals.

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