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Snapshot Chronicles is the personal blog of Susan Getgood. Snapshot Chronicles Roadtrip is a group blog about family travel administered and managed by Susan Getgood.

The only contact information collected from our visitors is when they subscribe to blog posts. Blog subscriptions via email are managed through Feedburner. Subscribers can easily remove themselves from the list at any time. The subscriber list is used for no other purpose nor is it provided to other parties.

The Snapshot Chronicles websites may include links to other sites, for which they are not responsible for the privacy practices or content.

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The Snapshot Chronicles main site at snapshotchronicles.com is a member of the BlogHer Network. Any other ads, links, buttons and badges to other firms or sites are provided at no cost at the sole discretion of Susan Getgood.

Snapshot Chronicles Roadtrip at snapshotchronicles.com/roadtrip accepts paid sponsorships and advertising. It no longer participates in affiliate marketing programs. Ads, links, buttons and badges to other firms or sites may also be provided at no cost at the discretion of Susan Getgood and other Roadtrip authors.

In September 2010, Susan Getgood became a fulltime employee of BlogHer Inc. The opinions expressed in the posts and pages on both Snapshot Chronicles sites are the personal opinions of the attributed authors and do not reflect the opinions of any other authors, their past, present or future employers, or GetGood Strategic Marketing.

When products/services for review have been received for free or at a discount not normally available to the public, it will be be noted in the post. Otherwise, it is safe to assume that the author purchased the item or service at a publicly available price. Snapshot Chronicles and Snapshot Chronicles Roadtrip participate in sponsored post campaigns from time to time.

GetGood Strategic Marketing and Susan Getgood reserve the right to change this policy at any time, with or without notice.

These statements do not create any contractual or other legal rights or obligations on behalf of any party.