The Edge of Progress Tour Comes to a Close

Stella and I said our teary goodbyes today.


Stella and I said our teary goodbyes today as the Edge of Progress tour ended. Good thing the Edge is equipped with automatic wipers.

I'd also like to take a moment to thank Roadside America and, two websites that got us across the country seeing interesting things and eating delicious food. And, of course, thank you again to the new Ford Edge.

And this isn't quite goodbye. Videos of my talks with innovators in Austin and San Francisco are still on their way. Stay tuned for those in the next few weeks, and look back on the whole trip on the Edge of Progress site.

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