A historic crossing in the
A celebration of the Grand Canyon’s 100th Year as a National Park
First substantial snow for DC in a while seems to be a welcomed change from all the rain the area has experienced of late.
You never know what will come of your friendships with neighbors. In the fall of 2002, my husband, children and I moved into a home in Northern Virginia which backed up to a much older, Antietam, farm house with trellis anchored flowers growing up the white siding layered with generations of paint. For years we heard about our neighbor’sContinue reading “Photo Journal: A Close-Up on Captiva Island, Florida, Under a Big Banyan”
Photos of Difficult Run Stream which feeds into the Potomac River at Great Falls, VA.
Yesterday, I took a little field trip to witness one of the best examples of an endurance athlete the world has to offer. I got up very early for a chance to catch a glimpse of ultra-cyclist Christoph Strasser as he headed to Annapolis, MD for another win in Race Across America. This guys holdsContinue reading “Searching for Strasser”
Five years ago I was part of a winning 11 person team supporting a rookie cyclist in Race Across America (#RAAM), a 12 day bicycle race across the United States. This race is often called the toughest bicycle race in the world because it’s non-stop, 30% longer than the Tour de France and completed inContinue reading “RAAM Recall: Being A Team”
See my photos of a recent trip to Big Sur, CA. Fine art prints will be available soon.