We are in motion for our next “Back Road Tour…” Heading west along Rte 6 (the first coast to coast road), we stopped in the small town of Ligonier, Indiana. This is the home of the Indiana Historic Radio Museum. Dedicated to the history of radio, there are some 400 radios on display here — a few dating back to 1899. It was noted in the museum that on Oct. 27, 1920, radio station KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania received the first commercial license. Their first show was a few days later on Nov. 2. They broadcast the election returns of the Harding-Cox presidential race. It was estimated some 1,000 ham radio operators picked up that first broadcast. Note: Earlier in the day, at New Haven, Indiana, I saw a motivational poster with a picture of an open road. It said: “It’s about the journey; not the destination.” Apt words for our campaign.