Monthly Archives: January 2013

Kicks on (bicycle) Route 66

During a recent holiday visit to Los Angeles, my family visited the new Cars Land in Disney’s California Adventure. This neat addition to the park got me thinking of the original US Highway 66, and its impact on American development… Continue reading

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The art of play

When I look back to when I was just a kid, I realize I was fortunate to have two loving parents who encouraged my creativity. I practiced my drawing and painting skills all the time, but my father sweetened the… Continue reading

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MLK Day

This weekend is the celebration of the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Wells Fargo History Museums are closed in observance. Hope you have a great weekend!… Continue reading

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“Take charge”

General Norman Schwarzkopf passed away a couple weeks ago. Schwarzkopf was a highly decorated and successful military commander. After leading American forces to a rapid victory in the Gulf War in 1991, Schwarzkopf was greeted at home with immense popularity…. Continue reading

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Paper Moustache

Long before Mr. B the Gentleman Rhymer, steampunk fashion, and the current craze of mustache paraphernalia, Wells Fargo created a promotional paper moustache on which were printed the words “You’re in Wells Fargo Country.” According to my internet mustache style… Continue reading

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