Bill DiFabio of Washington took the O-R to Rome. He and his son, Anthony, were visiting Bill's sister, Aurora Manna.
Sisters Becky Wharton and Nancy McCreight took the O-R along to Kauai, Hawaii.
Visitors to the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City include Bill and Jean Beam, Jim and Dottie Simpson, Bill and Pam Stewart and Nancy and Robert Stewart, all members of Faith United Presbyterian Church.
Barry McElroy and Rebecca Sohn took the O-R along on a Antarctica expedition on board the National Geographic Explorer.
Seven classmates who graduated from Trinity High School together traveled to Riviera Maya, Mexico, in April to celebrate their long friendships. Pictured are Judy John Panzarella, Linda Straits Marriner, Carol Wisnosky Adams, MaryKay Piccolo Greely, Sherri Mancin, Karen Hixenbaugh Belleville and Lorene Applegate Mueller.
Mary Hopton, 90, of Carmichaels, enjoyed many firsts when she took the O-R along on her first ride on an airplane to visit, for the first time, her great-grandson Achilles in Florida, which was also the first time she had been in the state. Hopton is still having a good time at 90.
Alyssa McCracken and her grandmother Joyce, both of Washington, traveled to Disneyland, Anaheim, Calif., in April to celebrate their shared birthdays.
Mark Moninger and Susan Morgan took the O-R along to Oranjestad, Aruba, to celebrate their anniversary.
Steve Haring and Joan and Rick Brichetti took the O-R along while they climbed the Diamond Head volcanic tuff cone in Hawaii.
These four tough guys from Washington competed in a Tough Mudder Mud Run and Obstacle Race in Ohio last fall. And they still had enough energy afterwards to read a copy of the O-R. From left, Nate Davidson, Tyler Troiano, Chris Kee and Morgan Hall.
Connie and Margie Constantine took the O-R along in April to the National Watch and Clock Museum, Columbia.
The Avella marching band took the O-R along to Disney World, Orlando, Fla., to march in the Disney parade down Main St. April 10.
Judi and Howard Anderson's family took the O-R along on vacation to Disney World, Orlando, Fla.
The Bird family visited the Duck Commander warehouse during their trip to visit family in Louisiana. From left, Jim and Loretta Bird, Jackie and Ryan Peklinsky of West Alexander and Terri and Joe Bird of Bastrop, La.
Phyllis Simon and son Jamie Spataro took the O-R along on a dream vacation on the Allure of the Seas Royal Caribbean cruise ship in March. The ship stopped at St. Maarten, St. Thomas and the Bahamas.
Andrew and Michael McCormick and Patrick McGill, all of Washington, took the O-R along to the Gateway Arch at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Lois, Mo. The stop was the first on a five-week, 9,000 mile road trip taken by the trio last summer.
Bruce Murphy of Carmichaels and Harry Swartz of East Millsboro took the O-R along on an elk hunting trip to the Uncompahgre Plateau in Colorado.
Megan Nissley, far right, a student at Washington & Jefferson College, studied abroad in the Evolution, Ecology and Conservation track as part of the Galapagos Academic Institute for the Arts and Sciences program of the campus of Universidad San Francisco de Quito. The campus is located on the island of San Cristobal in the Galapagos Islands. Pictured with Nissley is Sara Kochuba, director of study abroad at W&J, Dr. Jason Kilgore, Associate Professor of biology at W&J, and sea lions soaking in the sun.
The O-R took a trip to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, with Bob and Pam Daniel and Connie and Margie Constantine.
The families and friends of Donna Rodavich enjoyed their annual trip together last June, this time to Dreams La Romana in the Dominican Republic. Donna arranged the trip and some of the 56 travelers are missing from the photo.
Arianna Christy took the O-R along when she visited Hawks Cay Resort in the Florida Keys with her parents Kristina and Kevin Christy.