Gus' friend George Stefan calls in from Israel to talk about the current state of tourism in the Holy Land. George conducts Holy Land pilgrimages and, although tourism had been green lit by the Israeli government for several months, mask mandates have been put back into place and all tourism has been put on hold until August 1st.
Also, for Father's Day, Gus' daughters got him a word game called Storyworth, which, over the course of a year, helps people essentially write an autobiography. A recent question was about memorable trips and Gus talks about how, growing up, they didn't take any extravagant family vacations and how he never stepped on an airplane until his 30s. He's now been to the Holy Land seven times and each trip has been memorable and transformational. He invites listeners to call in and share a trip they took that was transformational.