Day sixteen of our Coast-to-Coast Adventure 2020: we visited Harrold Warp’s Pioneer Village in Minden, NE. This extraordinary museum and village is dedicated to ‘telling the story of America and how it grew,” showing our progress from 1830 to 1960.
About two years after Reynolds Congdon passed, I saw his son, Don Congdon, who now owned Congdon’s Hardware on the main street of our little town. I approached him, with my heart beating out of my chest.
After about a year and a half of operating my paper route, the area manager decided he wanted to give the route to his son.
You may remember, my Session 3, 5x More Enthusiasm goal I set was to get my CNC router working. I was excited back in 2018 when I bought the router kit.
When I was 11 years old, I bought my first franchise business. Yes, you read that right. I hadn’t thought of it this way before, but my Detroit News paper route was a franchise.
Kick them out, keep them out
October 14, the final day of our 2020 Coast-to-Coast Adventure: finally, home. We had been gone for a full five months. We […]
Progressive, permanent progress
It was Labor Day weekend many years ago. We lived on 5 acres near the corner of 12 Mile and Lahser, across from the Country […]
Day nine on the return trip of our 2020 Coast-to-Coast Adventure: As we traveled through Albuquerque, NM an amazing memory came to mind, something I hadn’t thought of for decades.
2020 Coast-To-Coast Adventure: On our way home to Loganville, GA, from our extended west coast stay, we stopped in the sleepy, little, historic town of Echo, OR. Echo was established in 1880.