Monthly Archives: March 2014

Our Priceless Inheritance

What is required to own your place on the planet, know it, and to share belonging with it? Terry Tempest Williams I’m a fool for degraded buildings situated in old neighborhoods. They seem to blend into their surroundings like boulders aside a mountain trail. I’m drawn to patches of plaster revealing old bricks manufactured in Continue Reading



A rural adventure took me and my co-pilot to the small town of Davenport, Nebraska; population 289. Our mission was to meet with an entrepreneur who is utilizing food in order to “bring economic and social self-reliance to a community in rural Nebraska”. Sounds fantastic, right? We ended up leaving with much more than a Continue Reading