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Get on board...

I love taking trains.  No, I don't do it often at all.  But I'm not invited on this train trip. This week I read about a type of train ride.  This was from The Daily Good , a blog I subscribe to thanks to my daughter Sutter.  (How does she find this stuff?) This is a 10 day train ride in refurbished mid-century cars.  They stop at pre-determined locations during the day, and travel by night.  They all must have a project that is approved by the coordinators, and  'crowd-funded' (as in raising $5000 each by July 1 to pay for expenses).  Millennials are the passengers.  That's right. Younger folk.  It sounds fascinating. I don't think I could pass as a Millennial (duh).  And I don't think they need train-car-moms or chaperones.  One of the generations involved have been there (with 'adults' supervising them in their younger years).  The other generation has done that (I'm so over it with the kids).   But the idea is fascinating to me.  When