Mark and Toni’s 2019 Learning Odyssey: Weeks 7 and 8 ; High Wycombe, High in Oregon and Very High in Colorado. Sustainability and Climate Change, Whole Food and Health Journeys US Style.

The bus journey from London Heathrow was a welcomed change, a lazy, laid back White National Express coach ride along the chocked up M25, onto the M40 and arriving at the A404 coach stop. We had arrived in High Wycombe. Our hosts, Mark and Rose, have been our families UK hosts for a number of years and we too, from time to time, have been theirs. We’ve know each other for over two decades and have seen each other’s families, and ourselves, grow up and older. Both Mark and Rose have a remarkable passion for their family, their children and grandchildren, of which there are quite a few.

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