Hi Adventure Philanthropists! Here’s your weekly update from www.GoErinGo.com – Enjoy! Erin
Hi Adventure Philanthropists,
Happy First day of fall amigos! Hope you got to get outside and enjoy the advent of autumn. Here in San Francisco, we’re having our Indian summer, which means weekend hanging at the beach!
Speaking Tour > So super psyched that my REI Roadshow has been extended to include 3 more stops in northern California: Berkeley, Santa Rosa & Sacramento! If you’re in the area – be sure to come out at hear the “Living an Adventure Philanthropist Life” presentation. It’s a fun time – promise!
Next week’s San Francisco gig at REI is SOLD OUT! (although come anyway, as we can always squeeze you in!)
Adventure Philanthropist Series:
And now for the articles this week:
New > No Butts in my Bay!
Last Saturday was the 30th Annual International Coastal Clean-Up Day—the world’s largest volunteer effort to clean up our oceans and waterways. An astounding 648,015 volunteers in 92 countries picked up more than 12.3 million pounds of trash along nearly 13,000 miles of coastline. Here’s the list of Top 10 countries participating:
Favorite > MESSAGE: Orkney Islands *Video*
With a nod to the Scottish vote for Independence this past week (nays have it!), I thought I’d highlight one of my favorite bits of Scotland -- The Orkney Islands! These little gems of the North Sea are a well-kept secret, so I consider myself lucky to have visited. Here’re my 7 insider tips on enjoying the Orkney Islands:
Photo of the Week > Sailing on San Francisco Bay
I snapped this pic during one of my daily walks along the Embarcadero, the promenade hugging much of San Francisco’s bay. Hard to beat the beauty of the city on a bright sunny day! (which is why it’s worth our time to keep it clean!)
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See you on the road friends!