The way Sue Bridges sees it, the bad news is also the good news. Bridges, director of the California Route 66 Museum, may be scrambling to keep the museum afloat, but she knows she’s not alone. So she’s trying to stay positive.
“A lot of businesses are hurting right now. We aren’t the only ones,” Bridges says, referring to the havoc created by the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s just a tough situation, especially for non-profits. We need to be open to keep things going—and even then the traffic has been slow.”
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as new generations come of age we of the oldest generation become less and less important to the society.....how many horse drawn wagon/carriages do you now support. Yes it is important to remember history (correctly), but at some point we just become the dust of the distant past.