No Vacation: Amy Buckler and Mina Black
Life in Seward, Alaska wasn’t easy for English major Amy Buckler and her husband. They had a tough time making ends meet. One day, they decided to leave and start a new life in Oregon with their young daughter. In today’s StoryCorps Amy tells her now 10-year-old daughter, Mina Black, about a trip that would prove tougher than they’d ever expected.
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