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Old 09-24-2014, 10:40 PM   #1
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Human Interest Travel Story - Greg Tonozzi

Now in my 5th month of full time RV travel around the US, one of the things I've started doing is interviewing people as I go and posting the inverviews on my blog. You see, I decided traveling is more than the places I go. It's about the people I meet along the way. Why do they live where they do? What's it like? Would I like to live there too? For me, experiencing America is more than just seeing it. Talking with people adds a richness of dimension you just don't get if all you do is drive through and look at the scenery. I guess it's human interest.

I wanted to share all this with the readers of my blog and have so far posted several interviews. Today I added an interview with sculptor Greg Tonozzi. If this sort of thing interests you feel free to have a look, and if you do let me know what you think. My blog is free and you can subscribe there to receive email notices when I post something new and I post all sorts of things from campground reviews to human interest to photo tips. To read the Tonozzi interview click here.
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An interesting approach you have on this, Russ: Why are some places HellOnEarth for some folks and Shangri-La for others? It takes a different kind of person to carve out [No Pun Intended] a living in the mountains of Colorado than one doing the same thing in the plains of Nebraska... or the Black Hills of South Dakota.

I subcribed to your blog and am looking forward to more of your adventures! Take Care! J3
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An interesting approach you have on this, Russ: Why are some places HellOnEarth for some folks and Shangri-La for others? It takes a different kind of person to carve out [No Pun Intended] a living in the mountains of Colorado than one doing the same thing in the plains of Nebraska... or the Black Hills of South Dakota.

I subcribed to your blog and am looking forward to more of your adventures! Take Care! J3
Thanks for subscribing! Tell all your friends :-)

I guess for Greg living where he doesmakes a lot of sense. It's a bit of a mecca for artists who work with marble.

It is very interesting though, why people live where they do. Right now I am near a town called Bena which according to the city limits sign has a population of 116. Why DO people choose to live here? I don't know. I haven't asked anybody...yet.
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