Once upon a time there was a bus driver. He drove a nice bus, clean, worked well, and he kept it well maintained. He had plenty of passengers. Some rode all the time, some got on and got off, new people climbed on every day. He was happily driving down the road. Then one day he realized he was not sure that he was on the correct route. He assumed he knew where the people on his bus wanted to go, but he got this niggling sensation that maybe he was wrong. What did he do? He stopped the bus, faced his passengers, and asked everyone where they wanted to go.
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I am the bus driver. It is time to stop, recalibrate, pull out the compass, and make sure I am scratching where you itch.
What do YOU want to know about Cappadocia?
If/when you visit what information will you need?
What would you like to read about before coming?
If you have visited what do you wish you had known before coming?
Do you like the current format of 3 days per week?
Would you be interested in video?
More pictures? Less?
I have been writing for a few months now and have not had trouble thinking of topics for posts. However, I realized that I have not listened to you of late.
So, please sit back and take some time this weekend to think about what you want me to write about and then leave a comment letting me know. I would be much obliged.
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