This is Bertold a previous winner of Voyager of the Week.
As a general rule, most ToyVoyagers don't want to be 'left on the shelf'. However it seems that Bertold likes nothing better. According to his profile, Bertold is the great grand-nephew of the inventor of the Dewey Decimal System for library classification. Faithful to his pedigree, he loves libraries and most of his life missions revolve around visiting them. And as we have found in his travelog, Bertold on a bookshelf makes for a great photo!
Starting out from France, Bertold has been travelling since October 2007. His journey so far has taken him to Russia, Sweden, USA and most recently Japan. As well as the library visits, Bertold has also found time for festivals, parties and - snow. He hasn't said anything about it in his profile, but he has managed to get snow photographs in every country he has visited so far (have a look if you don't believe us - and yes, we're counting that heavy ground-frost in Sweden).
More than 15,000 miles travelled and still going strong, here at ToyVoyagers central we're more than happy to have this library-lover on our books. Congratulations to Bertold, and to big thanks to everyone involved in his journey so far!
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