Travel Writing

Starting my writing career at Destinations magazine served to spark an interest in travel and outdoors writing that hasn’t abated. Even in the modern age, there are plenty of places to explore and discoveries to make. I’ve written about the simple pleasures of public lands that provide hiking, hunting, fishing and other activities, as well as historical travel and the preservation of private and public lands through balancing nature and development.

Dipping a Paddle into Mississippi’s Waters

For paddlers of all kinds, Mississippi—which translates to “big river” in indigenous Ojibwe—certainly lives up to its name. From the Delta flatlands to the rolling hills of Central Mississippi, the marsh-lined Gulf Coast and its namesake river, Mississippi abounds with publicly available natural resources for canoeing and kayaking. “Mississippi is like an undiscovered gem,” said … Continue reading Dipping a Paddle into Mississippi’s Waters