It's amazing how life can be planned when you are sitting in your RV and looking out onto the endless horizon. We all know that it's the dream to take long journeys in a recreational vehicle across the country or even the world. Some of us look forward to it, while others have reservations. This is especially true for those who are retired or have other responsibilities such as caring for an aging family member or just being a good mom or dad. https://www.becomingminimalist.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/life-is-too-short-1200x760.jpg (https://www.becomingminimalist.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/life-is-too-short-1200x760.jpg) They dreamed...and found a story worth living Several friends, John, Mike, Jim, and Bill went on an incredible journey to find the American West - all while enjoying the sights, sounds, and smells of this once mighty state. John, Mike, and Jim were in the market for something big for their Harley Davidson. Their original idea was to make the "American Dream" a reality by buying an off-brand Harley and taking it cross-country on a cross-country adventure bike. A dream that would never come true. But that is exactly what happened on a cool, clear night in the foothills of the American West. The road was bumpy from mountain pass to the mountain pass and back and finally they hit a gold mine; a large and still-functioning radio transmitter for those lucky enough to find it. At the station they met some interesting people who had just started a new business...the first radio transmitters on the West Coast. These were the guys who would help John, Mike, and Bill get the adventure they so desperately wanted. An adventure that would transform their dream into a real story worth living...one night at the boorman's house...one night lost in the wild west. Yes, John, Mike, and Bill found themselves lost in the wild west. It was supposed to be an easy ride. They had told each other everything they needed to know about their destination and even thought about bringing a map, but the ride was anything but easy. Sure the gold was rich and the men wore big comfortable pants, but for once they had gotten themselves into trouble. https://content.thriveglobal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Blog_9_Ways_to_Take_Responsiblity_for_Your_Life.jpeg?w=1550 (https://content.thriveglobal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Blog_9_Ways_to_Take_Responsiblity_for_Your_Life.jpeg?w=1550) Now a rather mixed up and confused young man named Rich Little wanted to get his story worth telling. So he decided to tell this adventure while riding with some new friends from his high school football days. Unfortunately, this also turned out to be the most important adventure anyone ever had, as John and his friends discovered a long-buried secret that had the potential to change not only their lives but the lives of countless others as well. A story worth living is indeed a rare commodity. Learn more about this incredible book, titled "A Story Worth Living."