Today the Roadside MBA crew was in Adelanto, California (slogan: The City of Unlimited Possibilities) visiting with Bill and Linda Scott at Scott Turbon Mixer.
We rolled into the area late last night, with just enough time to grab a quick dinner at Paulina’s Mexican Grill (excellent, btw). Walking back to our hotel, we spotted a mini-golf/go-kart/batting-cage spot, and… sadly were simply too tired to partake after our big dairy day on Wednesday. The sacrifices we make for Roadside MBA.
We woke to crystal clear skies and rolled on out to the edge of town to see Bill Scott. And when we say the edge of town… if you walk out the front door of Scott Turbon Mixer, you could probably walk for 100 miles and see nothing but Joshua trees and power lines. And sand. Space available, if you’re looking to relocate:
Today was Paul’s day to get involved with the operations of a small business. He learned how to polish stainless steel and also weld. Both are tasks that require talent and skill, which Paul unfortunately lacks. His welded seam was more crooked than Richard M. Nixon circa 1972. And he had nothing to whatsoever to do with this gorgeous piece of industrial equipment:
This is a mixer head that simultaneously pushes up from the bottom of the tank and pulls down from the top at the same time. It mixes stuff up right nice.
We’re pleased to now be in Arizona, which is the 27th Roadside MBA state… More than halfway done, I guess???