With the whole world in front of you, how to know where to begin? Bellows has some specific ideas. "Either a city or a national park. They're set up so both those places have natural entry points. So if you're going to a city, our natural inclination is to do things we want to do. But if you get the kids involved in the research — and it's very easy to get them involved in researching a city — and give them the keys to the car a little bit, you'll find that they'll take you places that you didn't expect to see and it's very important to hand off some of the control."
So Where Should You Start?
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