Reliving childhood vacations
Whether it's rekindling a family bond or recapturing a nostalgic moment from childhood, taking a vacation with adult brothers, sisters and parents isn't all that common, but it can be rewarding.
2011 Barry Fisch of Hicksville, and his sister, Leslie Long, recapture the pose they took at Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster, Pa., 46 years earlier.
1965 Young Barry and Leslie clown around with a cow statue in Dutch Wonderland at Lancaster, Pa.
The Barry family at Disney World: brother Rob in the back, and from left, sisters Pattie, Kathie and Gerri, with parents Robert and Patricia. They didn’t bring the kids.
1972 Sisters Gerri, Kathie and Pattie Barry with Rob in Clearwater, Fla.
2010: Grandparents Pat and Rich Morgan, right rear, of Commack took their children, grandchildren and their children’s spouses — 14 people in all — on a weeklong trip to a resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. “It’s what memories are made of,” Pat says.