After seven years at sea, the Crafton family is coming ashore, but slowly. They are in no hurry to shed the awe they feel about what they have accomplished: an 83-month, 30,000-mile circumnavigation of both the globe and the roughest years of their kids’ childhoods.
“We just seemed to get along better the longer we were out there,” marveled Tom, father in the family of five.
“The day we moved onto the boat, the sibling rivalry stopped.”
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