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Hi! I’m Kathleen.

I’m the face behind Pebble Pirouette blog.

I was born traveling and have lived all over the world. When I started a family, instead of staying put, I brought them along with me.

Now we all have the wanderlust bug.

I believe that the more experiences and cultures we are exposed to, the more rounded we are as people. Moving every 3-12 months allows me the opportunity to dig into the area, find what makes it unique and share it with you.

Besides my family, my favorite things are travel, photography, food, writing and wildlife, with wildlife being my favorite thing to photograph.

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Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum

Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum

In Sebastian, Florida there is a whole museum dedicated to one man’s quest to find sunken treasure. We visited Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum one day while I was in Florida and what an amazing place it is to explore.  Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum Who is Mel Fisher Mel...

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Explore Chelsea Oklahoma on Route 66

Explore Chelsea Oklahoma on Route 66

Living in Tulsa, Oklahoma put us smack dab on the Mother Road, Route 66, with all there is to explore. I found out about this cute little town about an hour from us and thought it would be fun to explore Chelsea, Oklahoma on Route 66. What a fun day we had. Explore...

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Historic Belvidere Mansion

Historic Belvidere Mansion

Sitting just off of Route 66, Claremore, Oklahoma, is the Historic Belvidere Mansion. Built in 1907 and completed just before Christmas, it calls to be explored and transports you back it time.    Historic Belvidere Mansion The Beginning Built by businessman John...

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Travel Tips for Safe Air Travel

Travel Tips for Safe Air Travel

As the world slowly starts to open again after the COVID19 pandemic, many people are worried about safely traveling and getting out. On a recent trip I wrote down some travel tips for safe air travel as I thought of or noticed them so I could share them with you. My...

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One Day in Dallas

One Day in Dallas

To be clear, you could spend longer and a day in Dallas, Texas. However, if you only have one day in Dallas, here are some ideas for things to do, with minimal driving. Read on and make your plans. One Day in Dallas Our last stop on our road trip last year was the...

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