It's Christmas. And I'm on a plane. No Santa out the window, but we are racing the setting sun, and the view is liquid visual goodness.Read More
The King /
Arnold Palmer. The King. He’s the reason golf became a huge spectator sport.His grace, laugh and skill on the course were legendary, and the legions of Arnie’s Army followed him everywhere.Read More
A long road trip always guarantees new books, bunches of them. A few weeks ago in the Bay Area, I was visiting one of my favorite haunts, Keplers. A most excellent bookstore in Menlo Park.Read More
It is no secret that one of my favorite sporting events to cover is the Kentucky Derby. From the pageantry to the exhilarating race, the first Saturday in May is special.Read More
Peyton Manning. Lots of time spent covering that guy through the years. From a teenager through a Hall of Fame career, it's been a yearly visit.At the conclusion of Super Bowl 50, I followed him into the scrum.Read More
Not sure how exactly why I stopped to talk with him.I was in a hurry, working on an assignment for ESPN at the baseball grounds in Birmingham and things were hopping.Read More
Covering the Kentucky Derby is no easy task. There are countless photographers working to get the position they need to make their picture.Read More
The Nebraska name game continues...... I was the keynote speaker at the Freedom Awards in Kearney, NE. on Tuesday night. Great crowd, completely sold out.
Walking to the conference room, Laura and I were discussing how long it would be before I met someone I could play connect the Nebraska name game with.
I immediately connected with my cousin Kip, but Laura claimed he didn't count.
At dinner, the woman seated next to me introduced herself and her husband. Thirty seconds into our conversation, I learned my Uncle Ron married them.
After the speech more familiar faces showed up.
Nebraska, the good life.
It's my favorite time of day during one of my favorite times of the year in one of my favorite places.Read More