I love the Rotary and all it stands for. Businessmen and women coming together to help the community and those in need.
On my ride through Kew, just south of London, I realized my rear tire was going flat. Climbing off the Kindness Bicycle I heard a voice, “Are you part of the Rotary?” Richard Ward belonged to that voice and after a brief conversation I was invited for tea to meet another Rotarian, Dean, who owns the Maids of Honour tea room and Newans Bed & Breakfast.
In the hour or so of sharing stories, I was invited, if need be, to stay in a spare room at both of their homes. This is what members of the Rotary are known for.