I saw a question above about “Travelling Man”. The original answer didn’t know that phrase, which I find surprising, so it must not be used as widely as I though. It is a common phrase in my experience, where one Mason may refer to another. It is a reference to a Masons endeavors in our ritual in Massachusetts. Although no ritual contains the phrase “travelling man”, a knowledge of the ritual would make the meaning clear in my opinion.
I think that was me. Sorry, but it’s just not a term which I’ve heard used in that context. And, being modestly familiar with the ritual in my jurisdiction, I can see your meaning now, but it’s not in common usage here. But that’s one of the joys of the Craft, don’t you think? It’s like cuisine - lots of different ways to serve the same key ingredients.