Freedom Fighter And Coffee Roaster

He read a story about a young boy that wrote a letter to the president and got a letter back. Of course, it was President Lincoln who wrote the boy back. George Wilder had to write Barak Obama. He told him of his ideas on how to make communities and police get along better. He told him he raised pigs and roasted coffee. We haven't heard back yet. We are waiting.

He read about Nelson Mandela. He heard that he was in prison for 27 years. A man ran 27 marathons in 27 days to remember the 27 those years. George Wilder decided he would run up and down the driveway every day for 27 days. We are documenting it and learning about South Africa as we go.

We didn't roast coffee for over six months. When we tried again, the batch didn't turn out great and it was too hot to even think of roasting. As the weather cooled and we were drinking half way decent coffee, we thought to send George Wilder out to give it a try. He roasted the most delicious pound of coffee I have ever tasted.

He is going to be a freedom fighter. He has the poetic spirit and the stamina and the courage and of course, he is quite the coffee roasting master.


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