Don Parrish – honored by BBC Travel
Circumnavigator Don Parrish, the world’s most traveled person, was honored by BBC Travel as one of six “Travel Pioneers of 2015”. You can read the fascinating profile by going to www.bbc.com/travel/story/20150326-travel-pioneers.
Circumnavigator Members meet Mark Kelly at the Million Dollar Round Table
UK Chapter President Helen Jenkins, C. Brian Heckert from Chicago and C. Peter Byrne from Australia attended the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) in New Orleans, an international conference for the top performing insurance professionals in the world. Ten thousand members attended, including 2012 Order of Magellan recipient Mark Kelly.
International President Ellen Parke meets Matt Guthmiller at the Udvar-Hazy Air & Space Museum
On June 20, C. Matt Guthmiller flew his leased Beechcraft Bonanza in from Boston for the Innovations in Flight Family Day and Outdoor Aviation Display. The Beechcraft Bonanza is the same plane he flew in his record-breaking solo circumnavigation last summer. C. President Ellen Parke was there to greet Matt at the Udvar-Hazy Air & Space Museum near Dulles Airport.
Our Foundation Scholars are on their way around the world!
Follow our Scholars as they travel by logging onto their blogs:
Annie Carson – Arizona State University
Jonathon McBride – Northwestern University
Kevin Dupont – Brandeis University
Hannah Gerdes – Georgetown University
Gareth Evans – University of Liverpool
C. Tom Maher celebrated his 96th birthday on June 17th at the Pelican March Club in Naples, FL.
The LOG is in the Mail
Your issue should be arriving in the mail any day. If you do not receive your copy by the end of June, please contact headquarters at 201-612-9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the Bonus Story from The Log here.
The Last Shot
This photo of Roman and Greek ruins was taken by C. Sophie Classen from the Naples Chapter.
Luck to you!
David A. Mink