Cedar Ridge Preserve

Give back by volunteering today at Cedar Ridge Preserve Cedar Ridge Preserve is one of the few places in North Texas where you can find trails with steep hills.  It is a favorite among scout […]

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Concrete Preservation Institute

Concrete Preservation Institute – Alcatraz Island Field School I recently had the pleasure of working with BASF, producing a spot on an organization they sponsor.  The Concrete Preservation Institute.  CPI restores and preserves national monuments […]

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Motorcycling the Talimena Scenic Drive

Hwy 1 from Talihina, Oklahoma to Mena, Arkansas is a great road.  It’s even better when your on a motorcycle with friends.  And you get to get off the pavement!  

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Trinity Merchant Group

                                                    I can remember when I first started shooting for […]

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Utah Adventure Ride 2016

Had the pleasure of spending 9 days with great friends and the best wife on the planet, on a adventure across Utah and Colorado.   This video is a glimpse at the fun we shared!

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Berlin Wall

In 1991, two years after the fall of the Berlin Wall I did a story for American Airlines about the reunification of East and West Berlin.  It was a difficult assignment because everyone on the […]

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Indian boys in village south of Bombay, currently named Mumbai.

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Bill Hewitt’s Garage

1955 Chevy in front of Bill Hewitt’s Garage on Maple Avenue in Dallas, Texas.   Remember the days when you could actually work on your car!  Analog!  No computers, no emission control systems, no freaking […]

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Buckskin Gulch

Although no one has ever died here, Buckskin Gulch is on the list as one of the most dangerous hikes in America!   What was I thinking taking my 15 year old here with me this past […]

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West, Texas

If you live here you know how vast West Texas is.   You can go hundreds of miles and see nothing but open land and the occasional Armadillo.   A little trivia.   Dallas to El […]

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