Solar Impulse 2

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The Solar Impulse 2 recently landed in Mountain View, California, after successfully crossing the Pacific Ocean from Hawaii. How awesome is that?! A solar powered airplane is making its way around the world without any fuel. The Swiss have been pioneers in technology for a long time and here is just one more example of that tradition.

Here is a

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Swiss Clubs in the US

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For all of you Swiss living in the US, or those that just love Swiss culture, I highly recommend searching out and joining a local Swiss club. If you live in a decent sized city, or near one, I would bet that there is also a Swiss club nearby. Here in Arizona there are two, the Arizona Swiss Society and

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Tough Choices

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I’m going a little off-theme for this posting, although it’s still a subject dear to my heart, which is family. I’ve always been pretty independent and have prided myself on that. So when I found out I was pregnant, I just assumed that I would continue working after the baby’s birth. I did go back after the standard 12 week

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The Beautiful Bodensee

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Beautiful summer sunset on the Bodensee
I love the Bodensee. 

Today I want to write (and I confess, reminisce) a little about the area where my husband is from, and where I lived while in Switzerland. The Bodensee (or Lake Constance, as it’s called in English). Wunderschön. It is so beautiful, and big (63 km long). One of the things I found so interesting about the

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Swiss Radio und das Schreckmümpfeli

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I love the world we live in these days, technology has come so far and there are so many (often free!) resources to connect you to the rest of the world. This has been a huge plus for us here and trying to keep connected with Switzerland. One of my most used apps is TuneIn Radio – you can listen … Continue Reading