We’ve been visiting many Presidential Libraries and Museums across America for this Emmy Award-winning series. Along the way, we’ve sat down with first families and former presidents for insight into the Oval Office.
A trip to California results in a returned item from the National Archives. A first family member tells us who was number one with #40. A presidential plane lands in it's new home.
A trip to Boston leads to the coconut that changed history. The unfinished man and the presidential portraits of Pacific. The life and times of number 35 via #16.
We take a trip to Atlanta, Georgia to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. Along the way we make a stop in the 39th President's hometown of Plains, GA for the annual Peanut Festival.
Hear the humble beginnings that led to the highest office in the land from first family members and friends.
We hear firsthand from the former President who gives his words of advice for living a worthwhile life full of joy and adventure.
A must listen on your next road trip adventure!
On our fourth podcast, Theresa Pauli and I take you to the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum in College Station, Texas. Whether it's a plane like the one the young Bush flew in WWII, the Presidential limousine that carried the first family or the speed boat POTUS used to outrun the Secret Service, we'll give you an inside look at his life and times.
Plus, we hear from the Oak Ridge Boys, broadcaster and Bush family friend Jim Nantz and a host of Americans who came to pay tribute when the 41st President passed in December 2018. We get some inside insight on what it took to put together the State Funeral for a President, including the 4141 Union Pacific train that carried him to his final destination. It's a Memorial Day podcast you won't want to miss!