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Summer travelers face higher gas prices and what seems like ever-increasing airfares. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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Land, Air And Rail — Summer Travel Has Its Hiccups

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14-year-old Kathryn DiMaria drilling door rivets in her Pontiac Fiero. Courtesy of Jerry DiMaria hide caption

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One For The Road: Teen Builds Her Own Pontiac Fiero

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Chanticleer is a historical estate and garden in Wayne, Pa., part of the old Main Line ring of estates around Philadelphia. Courtesy of the Lyden family hide caption

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Chanticleer: A Botanical Distraction From Daily Life

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Anthony Swofford is the author of Jarhead: A Marine's Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles, which was adapted into a film starring Jake Gyllenhaal as the author. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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After War And Fame, Dad Is Author's Challenge

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