Traveling Feet - September 8, 2007 - Shownotes & Audio Archive

Radio's premier travel expert takes Traveling Feet listeners to a manor house in the UK, discusses the Rivers & Birds Wild Film event in Santa Fe, the value of membership in Air Ambulance Card, and insights into the communal lives of the Shakers of Berkshire County, Massachusetts.

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Hour 1 and 2

Topics Include:

The history of Nunsmere Hall in Chestershire, England, built and previously owned by the architects of Cunards' Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth II and the reasons why travelers should make this hotel, gardens, and emerging spa a "must visit" location.

The human relationship with nature as evidenced in film at the Rivers & Birds Film Event in Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

An exploration of the 1200 acre working farm founded by Mother Ann Leigh, who founded Hancock Shaker Village in Hancock, MA.

Stephanie Abrams awards Barefoot Beachcomber, David Isby, Lifetime Membership at the Ring of Kerry Golf and Country Club in Ireland.

Stephanie Abrams reminds listeners that Laneborough, Ireland townspeople are coming to meet Laneborough, MA townspeople to continue the relationship started by their twinning on August 31, 2007.

Reminder about the importance of having sufficient air ambulance coverage for medical emergency evacuation.


Guests Include:
Mark Huntley, General Manager, Nunsmere Hall.

Justin Dean, Rivers & Birds Wild Film Event.

Ellen Spear, President & CEO, Hancock Shaker Village.