Traveling Toastmaster January 2020

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Nathan Mellin, DTM, takes fellow club member Karena Yim, both of San Francisco, California, for a flight around the area.John Mullins and his daughter, Caroline Mullins-Erro, of Modesto, California, visit the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin, Ireland. Becky Tripp of Amherst, New Hampshire, poses with her Toastmaster in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Denny Anggabrata of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, sits with a Komodo dragon on Komodo Island in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Andrew Safranski of Neenah, Wisconsin, poses with the World’s Largest Talking Loon in Mercer, Wisconsin. The statue stands 16 feet tall in front of the Mercer Chamber of Commerce building, where is has been since 1981. Aurora Zheng of Qingdao, Shandong, China, takes a photo alongside a heart sculpture in San Francisco’s Union Square in California. Pamela Benson of Denver, Colorado, looks over Guayaquil, Ecuador, from Cerro Del Carmen—a popular place to view the city. Sue Ann Kern, DTM, of Park City, Utah, prepares for a scuba dive in in the underground caverns of the Kin-Ha Cenotes in Puerto Morelos, Mexico.Koh Lay Hoon, DTM, of Singapore, takes her Toastmaster magazine on a hot air balloon ride in Cappadocia, Turkey. Narissa Duvenhage of Johannesburg, South Africa, hikes on Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa.David Gill of Derbyshire, England, visits the Catherine Palace near St. Petersburg, Russia. The palace was the summer residence of Russian tsars. Caryl Lattof of West Roxbury, Massachusetts, sits by the Mediterranean Sea in Anzio, Italy.



PICTURE YOURSELF HERE! Pose with the Toastmaster magazine during your travels and submit your photos for a chance to be featured in an upcoming issue. Bon voyage!

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