Today we’re going to hear another Waterway Interview. While coming up the Chesapeake we had a fuel stop on Kent Island, where we met up with a follower of our expedition that wanted to meet us there and escort us across the bay to Annapolis.
Our escort was Daniel Zick, and after getting settled on the other side of the Chesapeake, we went to dinner with he and his new bride Catherine. While at dinner we discussed our need for a local interview and he set us up with his grandfather, Robert Elber Zick Jr, a local retired Pastor and a veteran of WWII.
Elber it turns out, was a character with a maniacal laugh, which you will hear. At the time of the interview he was 88, and I heard just a few years ago that he’d passed away at the age of 95. He’d said during the interview that he he’d like to see 100. He almost made it.
He was a kind man with some amazing experiences. He gives the credit for his success to others, he talks about faith, about the youth of America, and what he thinks is important for the future.
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