Dodd Gray – Indiana to Brussels (#7)

“It was a chance to live the life less ordinary…” -Dodd Gray

This week is a chat I had with Dodd Gray, an Indianan who has been living in Belgium with his family for the last 18 years. He lived throughout the midwest USA before moving to Europe in 2001.

As an American getting ready to start a family in (almost) Europe, Dodd is someone I’ve looked forward to speaking with from the minute Settled Afar was conceived. He has a perspective I’ve sought to hear from since I moved to London three years ago. I’m glad I had a chance to pick his brain, it’s always good to build confidence by realizing that others are thinking about things similarly.

As always, let me know what you think. Settled Afar is driven by the listeners, and what you’d like to hear. I know there’s some nuggets of good stuff in here, so whatever you think can be done to improve the interviews, I’m all ears.

Where’s he been


Peggy Bunker and the Bunkmates.

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1 thought on “Dodd Gray – Indiana to Brussels (#7)

  1. Dear Corey,

    I have enthusiastically listened to your interview with Dodd. It affected me greatly, actually I had contact with him in 2017 and would really appreciate to exchange experiences with him again. Unfortunately, I have lost sight of him. Since I am currently thinking about emigrate to another country, I would be very glad if you could ask him for contact information and pass it on to me.

    Thanks a lot for your support in advance and take care
    Sonja Hemmerich ([email protected])

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