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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 7A DREAMS, from page 3A "Everything we do is applied to your own business," Schulz said. Wild Child Travels While Diego and Tiffiney knew that their current lifestyle wasn't working-- both admit to having "itchy feet" -- they didn't know if it would be possible to travel with children and earn a living. So they began to research what others were doing, especially those who had children. The couple found inspiration in the Vogel family, who had bicycled from Alaska to Argentina and, although Tiffmey labeled it "my personal idea of hell," it proved that families could follow their dreams and erdo an alternative lifestyle. There were others as well, including the Gilbert family, who were just named National Geographic's Travelers of the Year. The Gilberts began traveling in 2008 by bicycle and haven't stopped. The couple and their children, Cole, 4, and Stella, 20 months, are temporarily staying in Barcelona, where the ,Lozanos will join them in early November. "They have become our mentors," Tiff'mey said of the couple. The Gilberts create videos and document their travels to support their lifestyle. They recently completed "The Wireless Generation," a documentary about people who quit their jobs to travel. The Lozano children, Jaxon, 5, and Sera ma, 3, will spend their time on a boat rather than a bike. When the family arrives in Barcelona, Diegoand Tiff'mey will begin looking for the appropriate vessel to take them on their travels. As for how they are going to support their family, the pair plans to focus on their strengths and doing what they love. For Diego it is videography and for Tiffmey it's writing. "We plan to tell the stories that make life meaningful," she said. Tiffmey admits that the couple doesn't have a detailed business plan, but they are moving forward anyway. "The key to success is to start before you're ready," she said. Friends and family can follow the Lozanos' progress on their website, More information on the Quincy Collective can be found at or by calling Katie Bagby at 927-8599. And details about entrepreneurship classes at Feather River College can be found by contacting Amy Schulz at or by calling 283-0202, ext. 358. Diego Lozano shoots a video with the assistance of his daughter, Serafina. The Lozano family has sold their Quincy home and plan to travel the world. First stop is Barcelona, Spain. Photo submitted Im Free drive-thru flu vaccination clinic schedule All clinics will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. or until the vaccine is gone. Flu forms can be downloaded at Enter and exit signs will be posted at all locations. Graeagle Wednesday, Oct. 29. Sponsored by Eastern Plumas Health Care. Enter: 7620 Highway 89. Exit: 7620 Highway 89. If the weather is bad, the clinic will be moved to the Graeagle Fire Hall. Greenville Monday, Oct. 27. Enter: Indian Valley Medical Clinic, 174 Hot Springs Road. Exit: Indian Valley Medical Clinic, 174 Hot Springs Road. If the weather is bad, the clinic will be moved to the Greenville Town Hall. Portola Thursday, Oct. 30. New location: Eastern Plumas Health Care. Enter: 500 First Ave. Exit: 500 First Ave. If the weather is bad, the clinic will be moved to the Portola Memorial Hall. Quincy Chester Friday, Oct. 31. Tuesday, Oct. 28. Enter: Plumas-Sierra County Enter: Chester Park, Willow Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds Street. ' Road. Exit: Meadowbrook Loop by Exit: Back of fairgrounds on Wildwood Senior Center. Lee Road. If the weather is bad, the If the weather is bad,-the clinic will be moved to theclinic will be moved inside Almanor Recreation Center. one of the buildings. There is no substitute for quality BOB RAYMOND PAINTING 836-1339 or 249-3966 cA uc.#7sg 77 Thank you for being such a great boss! You are an amazing leader and we appreciate all you do for us! Your 2 extra morns, Town & Country Properties Thanks for aft you do/ You both ROCK!fl! Alliance for Workforce Development The newspaper is a powerful showcase for news, opinions, & advertising. Thanks for being a great boss! Thank you for the past 8 years and making me a part of the family! Madden Plumbing I ~ III I II II I I II I I We have "elected" to "record" you as the best bosses EVER! /vo 102/ Plumas County Recorders Office | Thanks for all you do for us, the company, and our clients. We truly appreciate Boss's Da CaI-Sierra Title Company Dr Gately, Thank you for providing us with a warm and caring environment. We appreciate all that you do. Sierra Family Dentistry "The 1st rule in advertising is that it has to be fun" Thanks for making it fun! Ho @ oJ,'c Feather Publishing They are ours! You can't have them. And we don't share! & Terr Barnard & Associates i 1 t