"See this area here," the doctor muttered, tracing clouds with his finger on the xray before him.Read More
It took 3 years with simple hand saws to sight and cut a 5 mile ski trail for my winter commute to my jewelry studio in our rural Vermont village.Read More
Adventure is not always comfortable...Read More
I LOVE SEEING MY TRUCK AT THE END OF A 5 HOUR SKI ON THE CATAMOUNT TRAILRead More
Skiing out of a cluster of southern Vt. ski resorts, heading north through Landgrove.Read More
We rode hard, side by side, facing the snow capped mountains to the north.
Tilia on her wild eyed, spring loaded horse, me on my feet, slapping my own flank and whipping imaginary reins to the pounding gallop of the springs.
Seeking a design style that met my demands as a high quality jeweler for a secure setting for uncut crystals...Read More
I love seeing my truck at the end of a sectionRead More
Alone on the mountain, I could not imagine where the gentle chime sound came from.Read More
My journal of skiing the length of Vermont on a 311 mile wilderness trail called the Catamount Trail.Read More
A Sterling Silver arch with Aquamarine bridge...Read More
Vermont's rich history of ski areas is coming into view...The Heritage Club, Stratton, Bromley, Magic mountain in these next few sections. 2017 is a bit better conditions than the end of 2016 but still unpredictable and very changeable day by day. I am settling in to a weekly outing as conditions and my life/work/time with family permit. The up side of this is that I can 'wait and see' and go out when conditions are sweet. the down side is that it is a long time between skiing sections and my fitness sort of lags. Oh well, it is great and I am loving the journey.Read More
Sometimes you just need to soak up some sun on the Catamount TrailRead More