Pressing Reset

I've spent much of my recent life on trains. Specifically, a train. Specifically, the Amtrak that runs between Charlottesville and Washington, D.C. None of these train trips have been particularly memorable, but I like it that way. Train travel is the last civilized form of transportation, and the lack of spectacular personal disaster is satisfying. … Continue reading Pressing Reset

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San Martin Argentina hiking fishing

Travel Wednesday: San Martin de los Andes

As frequently happens, a buddy's Instagram feed sent me to daydreaming. The photo in question was a picture of a him grinning with a big Andean brown trout during a successful day's fly fishing near San Martin de los Andes, in the northern section of Argentine Patagonia. Several years ago I went to San Martin. … Continue reading Travel Wednesday: San Martin de los Andes

New Article for Snooth: Underrated Wine Travel

Just a short post here to highlight a recent article for Snooth.com, a top-notch online wine magazine. The piece, "Underrated Wine Travel: North Carolina" examines the history, climate and terroir of North Carolina wine, with special attention paid to the Yadkin Valley. North Carolina's wine industry is growing every day, and producers in the state … Continue reading New Article for Snooth: Underrated Wine Travel

Call in the hired guns: Why hiring an outside copywriter, content creator or PR pro benefits your organization

Marketing in the 21st century takes a lot of effort. Sure, it looks easy. Anyone can start a blog, post on Twitter or throw up a website, right? Yes, but doing it well is another matter. You have to craft good content, put it up and then have the savvy to make sure people actually … Continue reading Call in the hired guns: Why hiring an outside copywriter, content creator or PR pro benefits your organization