Tales from the Road of Lifelong Learning

Mon, Jul 29,2013 @ 10:10 AM
by Greg Marsello |

Traveled to New Hampshire to enjoy some downtime. Chet resized 600Went river swimming, read books, and went for long hikes. The warm weather cooled down just in time for my days in New Hampshire. One book I read was a Fistful of Collars – A Chet and Bernie Mystery. If you do not know about Chet and Bernie, I suggest you go to and learn more about Chet, the wise and lovable narrator of the Chet and Bernie mysteries.


Chet the Dog




Tales from the Road of Lifelong Learning posts are written by Greg Marsello, LERN’s co-founder and Vice President for  Organizational Development. As "the hardest working man in lifelong learning," Greg has conducted more consultations and trainings for community, continuing, and corporate education administrators than anyone in the history of lifelong learning. Over 50 organizations and more than 3,000 people work with him every year.

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