John left Peggy in bed recuperating from last evening and went to visit the Convention. He had a few meetings and spent a good deal of time looking at the various projects that Rotarians are doing all over the world. Extremely impressive. John and Peggy hooked up in the mid afternoon and went downtown for tea and an early dinner at a nice German restaurant, Casse-Croute Bistro, where Peggy tired their schnitzel to her satisfaction. A peaceful walk back to the barn and catching up on emails and this blog … then off to bed.
Joseph Dispenza talks about the stages of travel in his book The Way of the Traveler: 1) dream the journey; 2) preparation; 3) journey; 4) homecoming; and 5) recounting the tale. We love every part of travel, from dreaming to research to getting there to being there to returning and especially telling stories about our travel. This blog is a chance to tell the story while its happening.... full info