Since Valuation is my business I tend to think about the value of what I am purchasing- weighing pluses and minuses for big ticket purchases. However, since reaching a certain age I enjoy recalling the various family trips we’ve taken over the years. A trip to England many years ago with our five sons was one that we really could not afford at the time, but the memory has paid more in dividends than saving that money ever could. As summer is here, the article below by NYT Sketch Guy Carl Richards offers some food for thought. What is the value of an experience? How do you value an intangible?