Buckley’s Kayaking Quest
discuss his adventure and the international End Polio Now campaign. He is pondering his next challenge ~ maybe hiking across Antarctica? For mor e i n for m at ion ab out Buckley’s quest and to see more photographs, visit tcozee.com or e-mail him at jtbuckley3@gmail. com. To learn more about End Polio Now and to donate, visit endpolio. org or the Easton Rotary Club at eastonrotary.org.
water, showers, beds, food, company. My trips have taken me to the lowest common denominator. I am humbled by my experiences and by the kindness and generosity of people I met along the way. Each trip changes me. It takes me time to recover, mentally and physically. They call it post-thru-hiking depression. It includes trip dreams, overcoming exhaustion and rebuilding strength ~ the leg in particular for this trip.” During his recovery, Buckley continues to meet with Rotary groups and journalists about his quest, including a stint on National Public Radio. He will attend Rotary conferences across the nation this year to
Bonna L. Nelson is a Bay-area writer, columnist, photographer and world traveler. She resides in Easton with her husband, John.
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Tidewater Times March 2017