Q: What was your first Road Scholar program?
A: Our first Road Scholar program was Rambling Orcas Island: Nature's Intimate Details. We explored the largest of the San Juan Islands in Washington on nature hikes.
Q: And your most recent?
A: We recently got back from The Best of Ireland. We started in the rural western part of Ireland then ended up in Dublin for a few days. Dublin was really delightful.
Q: We offer 5,500 learning adventures in all 50 states and 150 countries around the world. If you could pick just one of those programs, what would it be? Why that one?
A: Stan:I'm a big birder. We really enjoyed Birding Cape May. My dream would be to go to Central America for a birding program, maybe Costa Rica. Gloria is interested in cooking, which was a big part of another program we attended, A Taste of Prince Edward Island. We choose programs where we'll both enjoy different things.
Q: Outside of Road Scholar programs, how do you like to challenge your mind?
A: We're retired but it doesn't feel like it. We volunteer in the community. We stay fit by going to the gymnasium or swimming in the pool. We read - so many books, so little time! We travel - Georgia, Maine, England by narrow boat. We don't sit in rocking chairs in this house!