I first saw the light go day in a tiny Northwest Ohio town. After a few years I knew there must be more to life than corn and soybeans. I got my elementary education degree from the University of Toledo and decided there must be more to life than second graders.
So I plunged into television production, trading beer in corn rows for wine in bistros.Spending a couple of decades in Detroit, I knew there must be more to life than local news and videos.
A friend lured me to Maryland with visions of oysters and soft crabs and my second career in the hospitality industry. Wine became more about quality than quantity.
Another couple of decades passed and I knew there must be more to life than weddings, banquets and occupancy rates. My friend, who is now my partner, always had this urge to hurtle down snow covered hills. So here I am in Eagle, Colorado and I have found the good life.