Citizens of DeKalb this is the final post to my DeKalb project. I wish I could have spent more time working on it as you have a neat little town with a wonderful history. I barley scratched the surface of what DeKalb has to offer.
I have truly have enjoyed the time I’ve spent here. Even more, I really appreciate the people I’ve met and the warm reception I was given.
It’s been awhile since I’ve regularly updated this project and yet this blog continues to see new traffic everyday. That truly is a testament that folks are interested in your town and it’s rich history. Truly, I hope someone else finds the same inspiration I had and continues to share the treats of DeKalb to the online world.
For my part, I’ve been apart from my kids for 10 years. They both went to Ft Lauderdale after college and neither have given any sign of leaving. Since I couldn’t talk them into moving to Chicago, I’ve given up and I’m moving to Florida.
I hate the weather there, I hate to congestion and density of people there but I love my kids a whole lot more. So off we go …
Brody start your engine.