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Brian the Navigator, Grandpa Hill’s True Story about one of his son’s amazing ability to know where he was and which way to go at the age of five, is what really happened to him and his family in the summer of 1985.
There was a heated discussion, between the parents of a young family, while in an overheated car, on a hot day, in a hot congested snarl of traffic. Brian’s excellent navigation skills got the family out of a jam. It was smooth sailing from there. From a pending disaster in downtown Chicago the family vacation trip was rescued by Brian’s keen interest in maps.
Gorf and Marshmallow discuss handling tense situations as a family, and, how Brian gets even better and never quits s in his interest in navigation.
This story on how the Hill family dealt with the tension, is for Grandpa Hill’s 8 children, his 22 grandchildren, and all children. Grandpa’s goal is to help the listeners get out of their own tense situations and figure out ways to make it easier to think more, laugh more, and live abundantly.
Produced by David Richman,
Executively Produced by Grandpa Hill
Music: Michael Steele,
Art: David Richman,
Grandchildren: Joseph, Catherine, and Lizzy