Adventures are good for the soul
I apologize for being a bit late this month with our letter. I have been a little selfish, taking a two week adventure away from everyone. My quest was to seek out oddities dedicated to planes, trains and automobiles throughout North America. I’ve seen statues dedicated to the Underground Railroad on the side of a river in Michigan, a plaque dedicated to the builders of the Trans-Canada highway somewhere in Ontario. I took a ride in the aero-car in Niagara Falls and welcomed the cog train into the station at the top of Pikes Peak. I stopped by the little sign that is dedicated to the car that broke the sound barrier in the desert of Nevada and took the tour of the Titan Missile museum in Green Valley Arizona. I rode the free ferry in Galveston, traveled across the world’s longest continuous bridge over water at Lake Pontchartrain and then turned around and went over it again, the other way. Took a look at a racetrack and could not help myself but to take a trip on both sides of the first superhighway in America, the Pennsylvania turnpike. Plus another fifty or so other special sites dedicated to someone or something.
Kendall J. Anderson, CFA, Founder
Justin T. Anderson, President