Sun Shines Everywhere 134

Jillian Saxty and her children, Isabel and Miles, stood for a picture taken by husband Trevor in front of the iconic Al Khazneh (known as “the Treasury”) at Petra, Jordan. During two days of intense August heat, they explored this ancient “lost” city built by the Nabateans between 400 B.C. and 106 A.D. The Sun does indeed “Shine Everywhere” — but especially in Jordan in the summer!

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