The Wealthy Adventurer
It is sunny and warm here in Quito this morning. I can feel the need for adventure in my bones. I’m getting excited about going gold mining.
I just posted Part 2 of my ongoing saga about El Dorado, Mr. D Appears Unexpectedly. You can read it here:
Your Own Gold Mine in El Dorado!
This will give you a better idea about what is going on with our new El Dorado Project. Early next week, I will write about the site itself, why it is so rich and why it is so important historically. This all has to do with the rich and ancient lost city of Logrono. Almost nobody knows where the ruins of this lost city are. I do. I’d even be glad to take you there someday.
Our El Dorado Project is only a few miles away from the ruins. Are you starting to see the connection and what I’ll be writing about next week?
If you are a weirdo, over-the-top, gold-loving, history nut like me, I have an interesting recommendation for you. You might do this over the weekend.
First off, download the free Gooreader. Look it up on Google. It makes reading Google books much more realistic and interesting.
Next, go to Google Books with your Gooreader and search for a copy of The Rivers Ran East, by Leonard Clark. Unfortunately (or fortunately), the author uses the incorrect name of "Legrono" (do a search for the name) in the book. He also has the location wrong. No worries mate. This book is a GREAT READ. It inspires me every time I go through it.
I hope you have a great weekend. See you back soon,
Let's Get Wealthy and Adventurous!
P.S. Be sure to read Dave's new post and my response in the Forum. Have any questions or comments of your own?
P.S.S. Be sure to sign up for the upcoming Free Information Package if you are interested in our El Dorado package.