For Robert Peary, it was his life motto. The words inscribed on his tombstone.
In 1881, he joined the US Navy Civil Engineers Corps, a job that sent him to Key West, Florida on one of his first assignments to do the impossible: build a new Navy Pier that other smarter, more experienced engineers said couldn’t be done.
Most would’ve balked at the request, citing other engineers’ experience or environmental conditions.
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