Cross Country Training: A Train Ride Across America With My Son

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About Marco Greenberg

Marco is president of Thunder11, an NYC communications boutique working with technology and public affairs clients. Last fall he served as an adjunct professor at NYU teaching Innovations in Marketing. He lives in a crowded Upper West Side "pre-War" apartment with his wife, three kids, two dogs and two cats.

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  1. Thanks for a great share and a great idea. I love the observation that time stands still. Every year for the past 6 years my two youngest boys and I take a “guy trip,” the past few years being joined by my brother. It’s a very special time for us, and one of the few opportunities I make sure to unplug. I figure it’s making memories for them – which is what you did with your son. It’s been over 40 years since I was on the Zephyr, but I think maybe it’s time again.

  2. Brian Baker says:

    Great reminder to prioritize seizing these opportunities with our children whenever we can. Beyond the countless history lessons, these undoubtedly are the outstanding memories they’ll treasure long after we’re gone.

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