To do more for the world than the world does for you – that is success!

Henry Ford driving his Quadricycle in 1896.

In the early morning of June 4, 1896, Henry Ford made his first trial run in a small, four-wheeled vehicle he called a “Quadricycle,” subsequently described by historian Allan Nevins as “Strikingly small and light – the lightest vehicle of its type yet produced.” This Quadricycle had 49-inch wheelbase and was 79 inches long overall.… Continue reading To do more for the world than the world does for you – that is success!

In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks!

John Muir (1838-1914) was America’s most famous and influential naturalist and conservationist. He is one of California’s most important historical personalities. He has been called “The Father of our National Parks,” “Wilderness Prophet,” and “Citizen of the Universe.” He once described himself more humorously, and perhaps most accurately, as, a “poetico-trampo-geologist-botanist and ornithologist-naturalist etc. etc.… Continue reading In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks!

Once Upon a Studio!

Walter Elias Disney, or Walt for short, was born on December 5th, 1901 in Chicago, Illinois. He was one of five children, four boys and one girl. Growing up, Walt loved to draw, paint, and sell his pictures to his neighbors, family, and friends. During high school, Walt took several drawing and painting classes. He… Continue reading Once Upon a Studio!