Back safely to my “other” home…

Since people have been asking…  I made the four long, uneventful flights to return safely to California, my “other” home, where I am slowly adjusting to the colder weather. I want to express my appreciation to all of you for following along this journey with me. My posts focused mostly on the recreation and entertainment I enjoyed for the past 2 3/4 years – without a lot said about the work I did. Now that I am a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (RPCV), free of certain restrictions, I intend to write more about some of the things I experienced and learned in the work I did. I hope you’ll tag along!

Author: Chris

Until 2019, I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Namibia focused on Community Economic Development. Before that, I was a high-tech executive, small business owner, consultant and business broker.

11 thoughts on “Back safely to my “other” home…”

  1. Hi Chris! I look forward to hearing more about your work too. I’m scheduled to go to Namibia in April and perhaps you would be willing to chat in the near future about what to expect and prepare for?

    Let me know….happy holidays!

    Christian Gross

    1. Hi, Christian! I would be very happy to chat with you about what you have to look forward to in Namibia next year. Please call, text or WhatsApp me at my new US number: 408-824-4725.

  2. Welcome home Chris!! Namibia will sure miss you but we are so lucky to get you back in CA!! Thank you so much for sharing your experience on this blog, I have sure enjoyed reading it and I look forward to hearing more about the great work you did!!

    Hugs to you!!

  3. Looking forward to hearing your comments, Chris! Also, try not to be too depressed by the sad state to which our politics have fallen (must be quite a shock)- this too shall pass…

  4. Well Back Chris…I have really enjoyed following your posts over the last 3 years and look forward to reading about your work in Namibia – a place I saw from the opposite bank of the Chobe River in Botswana – but have never visited (yet!)

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