C.A. Hartnell announced the winners of her “Adventurous Authors” short story contest partnership with the Clark County School District. Thank you to everyone who participated and to the top three schools with the most submissions: James E & A Rae Smalley Elementary – 112 submissions Jim
Disneyland opened on July 17, 1955! Bands marched on Main Street past cute shops ready for business while Walt Disney and many important guests made speeches. The rides were ready and excitement filled the air. What a special day it was! This old photo of
LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) JULY 17, 2019 Children’s Author and Philanthropist C.A. Hartnell donated her fully restored 1937 Ford custom, “Hawk’s Ride,” to nonprofit, My Possibilities in Plano, Texas. My Possibilities is a Plano-based for-cause 501c(3) organization that serves as the pioneering leader in vocational education for adults with intellectual and/or
CA Hartnell recently traveled Route 66 with My Possibilities, taking Hawk's Ride to its new home in Texas. The journey was filled with laughs, car shows, and endless smiles! Both Hawk's Ride & Route 66 were invaluable inspirations to CA Hartnell while
National Alaska Day is June 28, so here are some photos from an Alaska Cruise I took in September 2017 with my sister, Gail, and friends. I’m standing on a dock in Ketchikan, Alaska, with its harbor in the background. Check out the cruise ship
Last May on our Route 66 Road Trip halfway across America, we left the Mother Road to drive down to My Possibilities in Plano, Texas. MP serves folks with special needs and they arranged a cool car show for their Hipsters to introduce them to
Hawk’s Ride is a 1937 Ford Slantback with original steel frame and body. It has a 3″ chopped top. The engine is a 350 GM crate motor with a Turbo 350 Transmission, a 10 bolt GM Rear with air ride and a Holly 650 Carburetor. Chicago girl gone West on Route 66!