50 States Traveled Journal
50 States Traveled Journal
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50 States Traveled Journal

Chronicle your 50-state travels with Taylor and Tanner Palmie's thoughtfully designed journal.

$30.00

created by

Taylor & Tanner Barkin

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Unique and individual

5

Unique package and well done

Sevierville TN

So glad I bought two! Now that I've seen it, I need more!

5

Great to fill with memories and mementos of special times!

Oklahoma

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Mediocre product

1

I wood like to return it

usa

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Perfect gift!

5

To track travels and make sure some of the business travel is also for pleasure!

South Portland, ME

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Not worth the price

2

While nice enough, it does not come across as a $30 gift,it looks cheap.

Middletown, NJ

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Travel journal

5

Great way to preserve memories and rehash for years to come. With older kids, we let them write in things. It can very interesting to see what they remembered that parents didnt notice, like finding out the kids ordered a couple hundred dollars of ice cream through the week at the resort we were at before we found out! Things from their perspective are so different from an adult. Journaling those thoughts is what knits families together! Would be good if you would show an actual page in your presentation so customers know what kind of questions are in the book before buying. And also a binding that allows the book to lay flat for easier writing.

Wisconsin

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This is an awesome tool!

5

This is a gift, but I know I'll be recording travel highlights as well as my husband.

Stephens City, VA

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50 State Journal

5

My In Laws traveled a lot after retirement and thought this would be a great memorabilia, especially now. One has now Passed to be with the Lord, and I wanted the memory of All fun times they had together traveling to last. This is not meant for one to cry, but to never forget even the smallest details...

Guyton, GA

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Perfect for anyone who loves to travel!

5

My brother is a traveling medical tech. He loves to travel and I thought this would be a perfect Christmas gift for him to log all the places he goes! I haven't given it to him yet but was very impressed in the quality of this book and I know he will love it!

Jenks, Ok

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Cute gift for the domestic traveler

5

We love this book for gifts. We have one ourselves and it's fun to sit and fill out together. Fun trips down memory lane. Always quality time

Denver

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