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Grapevine : June 2011
Welcome How often do you attend meetings while on the road? The experiences AA’S MEETINGIN PRINT JUNE 2011 RAMBLING MAN A sober salesman gets with the program on trips ALSO:LIGHTS OUT; THIRSTY THURSDAY; DRINKING IN PARKS WITH FRIENDS SPECIAL ISSUE: AA ON THE ROAD relayed by members in this month’s special issue theme “AA on the Road” share some of the great discoveries they have made about AA and their program while journeying. In “No Grappa for You!” a woman cycling through Northern Italy finds support for her recovery in the most unusual places. A member traveling for work shares his tips for staying sane and successful in “A Sober Salesman.” And in “Paradise Lost” an AA finds solace in a tropical locale. Other stories share similar accounts of finding support and recovery, from “Lights Out” where a member shows how healing can happen, even in the dark, to “An Unencumbered Man,” where a man finds that AA has ruined his isolation along with his drinking. You can find these stories and many more on the newly relaunched AA Grapevine Web site. The new online subscription offers exclusive Web stories combined with the current subscriptions, the Story Archive, the Digital Grapevine and more. Sample it for seven days at AAGrapevine.org and while you are there count your days on the sobri- ety calculator and upload your own story or art contribution. See you online! In fellowship, The Managing Editor email@example.com aagrapevine.org 1 GRAPE_1.indd 1 4/29/11 6:01 PM