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Talls Stacks ’06 and Old Crow Medicine Show

I love Old Crow Medicine Show and it was even sweeter to see them in such a setting. River boats along the Ohio River… imagine that. I was thoroughly bummed about missing the Aug. show in Louisville. I was full of shame… then I found out they were playing Tall Stacks. I was originally in […] Read More

Talls Stacks ’06 and Old Crow Medicine Show

I love Old Crow Medicine Show and it was even sweeter to see them in such a setting. River boats along the Ohio River… imagine that. I was thoroughly bummed about missing the Aug. show in Louisville. I was full of shame… then I found out they were playing Tall Stacks. I was originally in […] Read More

Boarding the best of the west

Today is the last day of a fine adventure out west. The last 4 days have been nothing but shreding in some of the finest conditions I’ve done. The sun is blazing and my face is burnt. I love it. After wrapping up a couple days at Park City, one day at the Canyons and […] Read More

Park City, Utah, here I come… again

Only 3 weeks left. On Feb. 10, I’ll head to Utah to board some of the best powder in the US. A friend/client of mine invites my partner and I to his condo right on the slopes each year. I took him up a couple years ago, but popping out kids makes it difficult to […] Read More

My wine cellar is prepped and ready to install racks

For a wine lover, a cellar is nice to have. For a winemaker, at least one who has turned out just over 100 bottles a year for the last two years, a cellar is a necessity. Otherwise, all that wonderful juice just sits in large carboys or demijohns all year. Don’t get me wrong, I […] Read More

Tis the season for Holiday E-cards

Sorry for the late post everyone. For Christmas 2005, Innersync decided to develop and send an interactive e-card to all our clients. How appropriate for an interactive company to demonstrate how saavy we are. Anyway, it did get a lot of attention and was truly a hit. Here’s some press: Mail Chimp People Check it […] Read More

Found! James Capal’s draft card!

I found James Capal’s draft card on Ancestry.com. It was filled out in Newport, KY in Sept. of 1918. His sister’s name is listed and her address. A great find! Susan.

Tasting of the Dandelion Wine

I bottled up the first bottle of the dandelion wine for my brother the other day. Of course, I couldn’t help tryin’ a little taste for myself. Mmmmm, not too bad for the first attempt. Check out the photos so you can see how the cloudy mess of before has turned into the sparkly delight […] Read More

Wine racks are assembled and ready for install

After several hours across 3 days, I have the wine racking assebled and ready for install. Thanks to my ever-faithful helper on alternating Saturdays, Brian. I am still working on the walls of the wine cellar and plan to have these buttoned up soon. After that, I have to build the upper and lower sofits […] Read More

Building your own wine cellar

The principles behind storing wine are neither difficult to understand nor to achieve. If you can’t achieve all factors, then some are better than none. I have set forth to build my own wine cellar and here is what I have learned. Since wine is alive, it reacts either positively or negatively to its environment. […] Read More