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'On the Road' travels to the Web

Now also featured on The-Signal.com

Posted: July 16, 2008 11:00 p.m.
Updated: September 16, 2008 5:03 a.m.
Darlene D'Amico of Newhall and her mother Virigina D'Amico traveled througout Ireland in April. The Signal went along to a medieval banquet and to Bunratty Castle in County Clare, pictured in the background.  Darlene D'Amico of Newhall and her mother Virigina D'Amico traveled througout Ireland in April. The Signal went along to a medieval banquet and to Bunratty Castle in County Clare, pictured in the background. 
Darlene D'Amico of Newhall and her mother Virigina D'Amico traveled througout Ireland in April. The Signal went along to a medieval banquet and to Bunratty Castle in County Clare, pictured in the background. 
Kevin Eliason and Barbara Switzer of Santa Clarita took The Signal with them to San Antonio, where they visited the Alamo. Kevin Eliason and Barbara Switzer of Santa Clarita took The Signal with them to San Antonio, where they visited the Alamo.
Kevin Eliason and Barbara Switzer of Santa Clarita took The Signal with them to San Antonio, where they visited the Alamo.
Jim and Gwen Hougo, shown with The Signal in Constantia, Rumania, took a river cruise from Amsterdam to the Black Sea. They visited 10 different countries on their trip.  Jim and Gwen Hougo, shown with The Signal in Constantia, Rumania, took a river cruise from Amsterdam to the Black Sea. They visited 10 different countries on their trip. 
Jim and Gwen Hougo, shown with The Signal in Constantia, Rumania, took a river cruise from Amsterdam to the Black Sea. They visited 10 different countries on their trip. 
Sisters Brenna Miller and Erin Keithley met up with their brother, Michael Keithley, and his wife Justina in Maui. They spent two weeks in Hawaii snorkeling and riding bikes down the volcano, and Michael played golf at Kapalua and Kaanapali.   Sisters Brenna Miller and Erin Keithley met up with their brother, Michael Keithley, and his wife Justina in Maui. They spent two weeks in Hawaii snorkeling and riding bikes down the volcano, and Michael played golf at Kapalua and Kaanapali.  
Sisters Brenna Miller and Erin Keithley met up with their brother, Michael Keithley, and his wife Justina in Maui. They spent two weeks in Hawaii snorkeling and riding bikes down the volcano, and Michael played golf at Kapalua and Kaanapali.  
Tom and Linda McCoy's Signal was with them at the Temple of Kom Ombo, one of the stops along their Nile River cruise from Luxor to Aswan, Egypt. Their trip included viewing artifacts from Tutankhamun's tomb, a visit to the Sphinx and a camel ride to the pyramids of Giza.  Tom and Linda McCoy's Signal was with them at the Temple of Kom Ombo, one of the stops along their Nile River cruise from Luxor to Aswan, Egypt. Their trip included viewing artifacts from Tutankhamun's tomb, a visit to the Sphinx and a camel ride to the pyramids of Giza. 
Tom and Linda McCoy's Signal was with them at the Temple of Kom Ombo, one of the stops along their Nile River cruise from Luxor to Aswan, Egypt. Their trip included viewing artifacts from Tutankhamun's tomb, a visit to the Sphinx and a camel ride to the pyramids of Giza. 
Ulla Rincon and Cynthia Arance visited the Ming Tombs in Beijing, China in February. Ulla Rincon and Cynthia Arance visited the Ming Tombs in Beijing, China in February.
Ulla Rincon and Cynthia Arance visited the Ming Tombs in Beijing, China in February.
Elizabeth and Linda Seaton of Newhall pose with their cousin, Hilda Chamorro, in Granada, Nicaragua. Chamorro's husband, Jaime, is publisher of the Nicaraguan newspaper La Prensa.  Elizabeth and Linda Seaton of Newhall pose with their cousin, Hilda Chamorro, in Granada, Nicaragua. Chamorro's husband, Jaime, is publisher of the Nicaraguan newspaper La Prensa. 
Elizabeth and Linda Seaton of Newhall pose with their cousin, Hilda Chamorro, in Granada, Nicaragua. Chamorro's husband, Jaime, is publisher of the Nicaraguan newspaper La Prensa. 
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The Signal's popular "On the Road" feature has cruised down the information highway to the Web.

Now, in addition to appearing in the newspaper's "On the Road" page, your photo will be posted on The-Signal.com, where it can be seen by people around the world.

Here's how On the Road works: If you or someone in your family are going out of town on vacation or business, take a copy of The Signal newspaper with you.

Have a picture taken of you in some exotic locale, holding up your copy of the paper.

After you send your photo and info to us, we'll print it in the paper, then post it on The-Signal.com.

Online, you'll find "On the Road" under the "Lifestyle" tab on The-Signal.com's home page.

You can e-mail all your family and friends and let them know your photo is in the paper and online.

To print and post your pic, we just need to know a few basic details:

* Who:
* What:
* Where:
* When:
* How:
* Why:
* Comments:

E-mail your digital photos (high-resolution, 500K-plus file size) to ontheroad@the-signal.com.

You must include a daytime phone number in case we need to contact you.

If you have hard-copy prints, mail them to:
On the Road
c/o The Signal
24000 Creekside Road
Valencia, CA 91355

Be sure to attach a note with the above info and your daytime phone number.

And remember, anytime you're out of town, you can always keep in touch with what's happening here at home by visiting The-Signal.com.

We'll see you and your Signal...On the Road!

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