Hi Adventure Philanthropists,
Although April is National Humor Month, I decided I’m not going to subject you to another bad joke this week.
Luckily, the first week in April is also “Read a Road Map Week.” So in the spirit of finding our own path on distant shores, I instead offer you this inspirational quote by our buddy Mark Twain:
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover.
Incidentally, we also celebrated National Tatting Day this week. I thought this had to do with folks getting new tattoos, but apparently a “tatter” is a kind of lace. Whew -- that was a close one! I was nearly out the door to the local tattoo parlor…
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And now for the articles this week:
In the last 3 years, I’ve gained a fair bit of media attention with both the book and GoErinGo.com site. To keep track of it all, I’ve created an overview. Take a peek at the GoErinGo & Adventure Philanthropist publicity over the last few years:
The question is “Why would you do a polar plunge?” (ie: run into the freezing cold water in Antarctica in your bathing suit). Not only will I tell you why, but I’ll tell you how. And maybe, just maybe, I’ll include a video of my Antarctic antics…
Photo of the Week: Me and the Temple Kitty
While visiting a Buddhist temple in Luang Prabang, Laos I happened upon this sweet kitty. This little fella looked kind of hungry so I took to visiting him daily to bring him a bit of milk and listen to the monks chant at sunset….Such a great memory!
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See you on the road amigos!