A big storm rolled in after yesterday’s fishing, forcing Captain Travis to take refuge rather than run through rough seas. We all stood by as he skillfully tucked the 56’ CV Adventerous into a 55’ spot on the dock at Point Baker AK - population 35. The next morning we pushed off and I filmed us cruising though the narrow passage until the remainder of the storm knocked the phone off the front window of the helm 🌊
Good luck catching me do bad things with a broken camera 😜
Mom says I’m slowly but surely moving myself back into the crate during the day...🙄
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Back in the day, Stallone was a struggling actor in every definition. At some point, he got so broke that he stole his wife’s jewelry and sold it. Things got so bad that he even ended up homeless. Yes, he slept at the New York bus station for 3 days. Unable to pay rent or afford food. His lowest point came when he tried to sell his dog at the liquor store to any stranger. He didn’t have money to feed the dog anymore. He sold it at $25 only. He says he walked away crying. Everybody knows Sylvester Stallone, but just a few know the inspiring story behind his success.
A story about failure, rejection and the eventual achievement of his dreams.
A story that should inspire you to never give up your goals.
Leave your favorite rocky quote let’s tag him so he can catch a glimps of this tattoo can you guys help me out??? @officialslystallone
One of our other speakers at the 3rd Annual Mansions of the Gilded Age Symposium on April 29th will be Susan Roland. She will be giving an illustrated talk about her new book, A Dangerous Woman: American Beauty, Noted Philanthropist, Nazi Collaborator – The Life of Florence Gould
The book is a revealing biography of Florence Gould, fabulously wealthy socialite and patron of the arts, who hid a dark past as a Nazi collaborator in 1940’s Paris. I attended one Ms. Ronald’s lectures and the subject matter of Florence Gould and the life she lived with her husband, Frank Gould was a glittering and decadent spectacle of life on the French Rivera during the 1920’s to the late 1940’s. Tickets for the Symposium are still available at the link on top of the page here. #gildedage#gildedagemansion#gildedagemansions#lyndhurst#tarrytown#hudsonrivervalley#hudsonriver#hudsonvalley#hudsonvalleylove#westchester#mgasymposium2018