A LONG WAYS TO GO: Lowell Guy Robinson & Robinson Enterprises, by Martin Keith Marsh & David A. Comstock. Foreword by Gage McKinney.


Born on a ranch, Lowell was attracted more by machines than horses and cattle. Encouraged by loving parents and admiring school teachers, he carved his own special niche in a region more famous for its food and mining industries than for converting trees into building materials. “Lowell Robinson’s life was the expression of a spirit, an energy, which drove him and inspired other men to follow.”

104 pp, illustrations, paperback $15.00