Home Exchange for Homeschool Families
Gill and Amy Davidson, parents of four home-schooled children, are making
travel more affordable for the homeschool community. Their business, "Home
Schooler's Home Exchange Neighborhood" brings together families interested
in keeping travel costs down by swapping homes. Some recent listings include
a Georgia ranch home in the Blue Ridge Mountains, a 100-year old
Pennsylvania farmhouse on 40 acres, and a home in the Hudson Valley, with
easy transportation to New York City.
Amy has worked as a travel consultant, and provided wholesale travel to Africa,
Central America and South America. She first caught the "travel bug" from her
aunt and uncle. Amy fondly remembers, "picking them up at the airport,
listening to glowing stories of the wide world, and then seeing them off again to
their fascinating homes in Africa, or South America."
In the summer of 2006, the Davidsons took a trip to Washington D.C. The hotel
costs of over $1000.00 inspired Amy to provide this economical service to
homeschool families. Home Schooler's Home Exchange Neighborhood offers
home exchange all over the U.S., with listings abroad coming soon. To visit the
website, go to hsneighbor.com.
Homeschool Travel Resource