This month’s featured section is “Sober Travel.” AA members share stories of staying sober while on the road or in the air.
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Airports used to scare me. Commercial flights were frightening for me in early sobriety. I was uncomfortable leaving my home group and heading far away without a drink.
Service at sea
I was relaxed and happy. I was on a cruise with my husband and our two children. It was a welcome weeklong respite from the usual chores and responsibilities of life. I love cruising.
On the Right Track
In 1986, God took me from Thompson Falls, Montana, by a bizarre chain of events and circumstances, to the town of “lost souls”—Los Animas, Colorado.
A Good Day to be Sober
I recall fondly the men in AA who “told it like it was.” Jack, during AA-related announcements, would raise his hand and proclaim, “AA is good!” Bill, a quiet oldtimer, would close ever
In October of 2014, less than a year after a revolution in Kyiv, Ukraine that removed the president, and only a few months after a Malaysia Airlines plane was shot down over Eastern Uk
Grapevine Daily Quote August 8
“Every August, one of the founding members of my group (a real character, who is jokingly said to be our spiritual leader -- or is it spherical leader?) says that in honor of the eighth month and Tradition Eight, he is offering a special discount on sponsorship for anyone who needs it.
“Sometimes people take him up on the offer, but a good proportion of them cancel during the introductory trial period. Of course, this is all said in jest at our meetings, and we get a good laugh out of it.”
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