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Mountain Directory

Mountain Directory

From the author of Mountain Directory:
When customers find out that I'm from Kansas, they often say, "Kansas?  What can you tell me about mountain passes if you're from Kansas?"  But after they hear my story, they cut me a little slack.  (By the way, did you know that there was once a researcher with too much government grant money who determined that Kansas actually is flatter than a pancake?)

When I was a kid in the early 60's my parents owned a 16 foot Mobil Scout travel trailer.  We pulled that trailer all over the western United States and Canada with a 1962 Chevy with a 283 cubic inch engine and a three speed on the column.  So I learned to love mountains and I learned to love traveling the wide open spaces of our great land.  With that small trailer and the reliable Chevy, we never had any problems climbing or descending grades.

Fast forward about 30 years.  In the early 90's I was growing weary of the work I had been doing for 20 years and I needed a change, even if it was just for a while.  Kansas has many attributes, but as they say, I wanted to "get out of Dodge" and see some of the country I had seen when I was younger, and yet I needed to earn a living and support my family, so I started driving a truck.  I found parts of the job fascinating.  When you transport both raw materials and finished goods you get to see what makes our country tick. 

One day I was dispatched from our company terminal in Kansas City...Read more