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Protecting the Mountains
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Bob Davis , CEO at the Mountain Institute, joins Traveln On to talk about the work his organization is doing to preserve our precious mountains and their indigenous residents. Then, if youre thinking about taking an aerial tour or chartering a private plane youll want to hear what aviation attorney, Patrick Bailey , shares with Traveln On first. Finally, if youve ever considered staying at a convent or monastery on vacation youll enjoy hearing from author Trish Clark and her unique travel book: Good Night and God Bless a guide to convent and monastery accommodation in Europe.
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The Missions of the Mountain Institute
Bob Davis, CEO at the Mountain Institute, joins Ian and Tonya to talk about the mission of his organization, the work they are doing to preserve our precious mountains and their indigenous residents, and some of the preservation concerns and challenges they are facing.
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Safety & On-Demand Air
If youre thinking about taking a helicopter tour, plane tour, or chartering a private plane youll want to hear what aviation attorney, Patrick Bailey, shares with Traveln On first. He has information on On-Demand aviation, as well as some questions you should be asking, as well as things you should know.
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Authors Corner: Trish Clark
If youve ever considered staying at a convent or monastery on vacation youll enjoy hearing from author Trish Clark and her unique travel book: Good Night and God Bless , which is a guide to convent and monastery accommodation in Europe.
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Good Night and God Bless is the modern traveler's Bible. This unique guide lists details of atmospheric and affordable accommodation in convents, monasteries, abbeys and Christian hotels across Europe. It is aimed at tourists and travelers seeking a unique experience as well as those pursuing a pilgrimage or religious retreat.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Patrick E. Bailey
Patrick E. Bailey is the Firmís Founding Partner and is one of the Firmís principal trial lawyers. Since commencing his practice in 1979 he has accumulated a substantial number of successful jury verdicts and settlements in both national and international forums involving aviation accidents, product liability, pharmaceutical cases, insurance bad faith and business fraud cases, including a recent $42,000,000 award in a commercial litigation dispute and a $12,000,000 verdict in a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by his client, a former North American Airlines Captain. Mr. Bailey is an active member of the California State Bar and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for all Districts of California, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court. He has also practiced Pro Hac Vice in the States of Alaska, Colorado, Florida and Montana. Mr. Bailey is also a member of ABOTA. He has an AV rating with Martindale Hubbell Ė the highest rating the organization offers its members and he is an active member in many other aviation related organizations such as Women In Aviation, Lawyer-Pilot Bar Association, CFI-AIM, and Aviation Insurance Association where he is an active board member.

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Trish Clark
Trish Clark is the former owner and manager of a highly successful travel marketing business in Australia. She has traveled extensively, including to Europe, Asia and the USA. She has stayed in many convents and monasteries in Europe over the years, and continues to do so. She has five adult children and lives in Sydney with her husband.

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Bob Davis
Bob Davis holds an M.S. in organization development from American University, and an M.A. in religious studies from Yale University. He is skilled in the areas of project administration, financial management, personnel management, program logistics, conservation area project design and appraisal, organizational development and management, and facilitation. Having joined TMI in 1979, Mr. Davis has worked in many of the organization\'s programs and regional projects. He has extensive international conservation and development experience from his fifteen years of involvement in the Himalayan Program. He is a long time resident of Pendleton County, West Virginia and held the position of Appalachian Program Director from September, 2001 to June 2003. Mr. Davis also serves on the board of directors of a number of non-profit organizations, consults on organizational issues, and has taught university courses in organizational development and management.

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