Stepping Into the Non-Profit World for OSLC

Stepping Into the Non-Profit World for OSLC

Hospitality marketing has been my bailiwick for the last decade or so, but when the team at the Oregon Social Learning Center approached me last spring to help them build a new web site, I jumped at the opportunity. OSLC is a non-profit agency dedicated to conducting...
Last Stop on the Oregon Trail

Last Stop on the Oregon Trail

It’s been a few days since my last post, and we’ve packed a lot into that time. We’d officially arrived in the Pacific Northwest when we crossed the state line at Spokane. We stayed one night in civilization at the Davenport Hotel before heading into the forest of...
Mad Crush on Montana

Mad Crush on Montana

Here’s the decision I’ve made: If this Oregon thing doesn’t work out, I’m headed to Montana. Jason can come if he wants. I love this place. We arrived Friday night after a later start than we wanted. We had a 7+ hour drive to our stop in Montana. We’d go through some...
Little Treasures from South Dakota

Little Treasures from South Dakota

The last few days have been jam-packed, and I’m a little behind in my posts. Going through all the photos from South Dakota (Thursday – Saturday) was a pretty daunting task. I took a decent stab at it, though, trying hard along the way to make sure I wasn’t...
Prairieland in Photos

Prairieland in Photos

Night-before-last we stopped in Bennington, Nebraska – just over the state line. The town is about 20 miles northwest of Omaha, and I’d booked us in a BnB there.  We pulled up at the house around 7pm and were welcomed by Gordon and Linda Oft – proprietors all...