In most arenas, the longer you do something, the easier it gets. The more you practice the piano, the better pianist you become. The longer you work in the financial sector, the easier it becomes for you to spot market trends and make good investments. The same, however, cannot be said of...
I attended the Threshermen's Reunion at the Rough and Tumble Engineers' Museum in Kinzers, PA last Saturday. Not much electric powered equipment, but the technology from 100+ years ago was fascinating to see in action.
The link to the exhibit facility is:
My father got this book when he was a kid, and he gave it to me, which probably helped "spark" my interest in electronics (and maybe especially high current and high voltage power).