Wednesday, September 10, 2008
nothing to do with HPC but a good lesson on how to handle money aimed at Mr Brown
"I don't have a lot of wants," says Lystad, a retired science teacher with a well on his property "I don't want a lake cabin in Minnesota. I don't want to travel to Tibet." His biggest splurge: a new two-car garage. "These are cautious, conservative people who are used to having good years and bad years and know you have to save for the bad years," Gjovig says "They're not spending money wildly."