The Travelogues – First Friday 2

In Event, The Travelogues on May 7, 2013 at 3:43 am

A travel meeting occurred last Friday, May 3rd, including stories from Egypt and the National Parks. Bob Suren shared his experiences from a trip to Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt in August 2012, and Christopher Davis shared stories from the last fifteen years he’s spent working in National Parks such as Bryce, Glacier, and Mesa Verde. There were plenty of amazing photographs, numerous laughable situations described, and many familiar faces in attendance. There are recordings below of both speakers’ presentations. If you’re adventurous, wanting to be adventurous, and/or want to travel to a country where you don’t speak the language, listen to Bob’s stories. If you want to try a new life for a while and/or see our country’s natural beauty, listen to Chris’ stories. Either way, there’s so much packed into last week’s Travelogue, it’d be a shame not to take away what attendees that night were able to take away: beauty, community, and the world in another’s light.

*Note: James and Julie Branaman’s presentation has been moved to Fri. June 7th. They’re local photographers, and are going to share photos and stories from the artist-in-residency programs they worked on with Rocky Mountain and Everglades National Park.

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(Above: If you answered a question correctly in the mini-quiz at the beginning of Chris’ presentation, he gave you a prize, such as this Glacier National Park patch.)

If you’d like travel advice related to either of these places, you can contact the speakers on Facebook or at the email addresses below:
Bob Suren –
Christopher Davis

Bob Suren – Egypt [Presentation Recording]

Christopher Davis – National Parks [Presentation Recording]

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