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Author Archives: Cliff Mishler
The destinations and experiences that framed the front and back of my mid-October travels were quite varied. Continue reading
My travels in conjunction with this year’s Los Angeles American Numismatic Association convention turned into a two-week outing. Rather than a direct return to Iola, I spent the following week on the numismatic trail to Colorado Springs, Okoboji and Edmonton. Continue reading
While the tempo of this year’s annual American Numismatic Association convention was a bit laid back, it wasn’t due to a lack of activities. There were ample opportunities to buy and sell around the record-setting bourse. Continue reading
The months of May, June and July were mighty quiet for me from the perspective of travel. Over the 13 weeks between my return from Central States in Cincinnati and heading off for the American Numismatic Association convention in Los Angeles, I only availed myself of two numismatic outings. Continue reading
The recently announced ANA election results, I am convinced, set the organization on the path of continuing to build toward a secure and promising future. Continue reading
My numismatic road-running for the month of April closed out with attendance at the 70th anniversary convention of the Central States Numismatic Society in Cincinnati, an outing that spilled over into the first days of May. Continue reading
This year the time from late winter through early spring found me spending a good bit of time on the road, attending seven drivable show destinations over that time Continue reading
I didn’t hit the road out of Iola until about 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 11, to catch a 6:50 p.m. flight out of Appleton headed for the ANA National Money Show in Portland. Continue reading
Having taken leave of Iola on Christmas Eve day, I embarked on the first of four travel odysseys that found me spending precious little time at home over the 30 days that followed. Continue reading