Hello world!

 

Welcome,

 What can I offer you for your time and attention? New and precisely documented insights into who you are and where you came from.  Information that until recently did not exist – at least not in a useful way. 

For the past twelve years I have been on a fascinating journey into the past. The purpose of my journey has been to blaze a digital trail for you and future unborn generations to follow. Along this journey, I am making and documenting many surprising discoveries.

I have discovered, and continue to make discoveries of things which no one in the history of the world has seen before.  That’s because nobody in the history of the world has had access to a resource like the Family Forest® Project has developed.  Some of these discoveries have positive – even life-changing potential, and I want to share them with you.

 

Even without knowing who you are individually, it is now possible to know a great deal about some of your early ancestry.  It is now mapped out waiting for you (or your children) to explore for yourselves within the Family Forest®.

 

The big picture of ancestral history has much to teach each of us, and some of this knowledge will enrich the rest of your life.

 

Before the end of the last century we launched a primitive blog. It was called “The Captain’s Log.” This unique, fact-filled blog will continue into the future as “Your Future, Your Past.”  You are invited and encouraged to come along on this journey of discovery.

 

Aloha,

Bruce

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3 responses to “Hello world!

  1. Hi! I’ve always liked the Captain’s Log newsletter, so I’m glad to see that you’ve moved into the 21st century. I look forward to reading more interesting posts!

  2. Tom

    You can add me to the list of people who have learned a great deal over the years from your Captain’s Log posts. You are very kind to share so much of what you have discovered. Is Google aware of what you are doing by digitizing all this family history?

  3. Thanks for the encouragement Sheila and Tom! I’m planning to share many more interesting ancestral history discoveries with you. Please let your friends know.

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