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1 Year 

Roughly 1 year ago today, the PashbyMauls were packing up all of our household items in Vicenza, Italy, shipping them to various parts of the world, and graciously letting go of as many things as we could. This past year … Continue reading

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Khast Imam Complex – Tashkent

It’s hard to find “old” Tashkent, but seeking it out is certainly worth the effort. 50 years ago, an earthquake damaged the city, and opportunistic Soviet planners used the seismic event (described in various magnitudes depending on the source) as … Continue reading

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One Month In – just getting our feet wet

When one normally talks about a life change, it’s to do with changing jobs, getting married, moving for a promotion, retirement, etc. We don’t know anyone who’s moved to Uzbekistan before, and this is a major life change for us… … Continue reading

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Uzbekistan – First Impressions

Turkish Airlines, Boston to Istanbul, Istanbul to Tashkent. By the time we arrived in Istanbul, I had already been mauled by our tyrannical Tuscan farm cat Ponce. While attempting to quench his kitty thirst on the 11 hour flight, he … Continue reading

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Day 94: Back to Reality

So after an amazing weekend exploring a new corner of Italy, the past two days brought us back to the reality of our “normal” lives, and preparing for our relocation to Uzbekistan. It’s always an interesting conversation when we talk … Continue reading

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Our Time is Now

A few people are aware, but many are not, that we have decided to change our vocational focus for the next few years.  Drew began working on his Masters in Public Administration at Penn State this week, and we’ve been … Continue reading

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