Well, now you’ve gone and done it. You’ve found my website. So what brings you here? What do you think? Now that you’ve found my virtual home among the sprawling “series of tubes”, feel free to browse around or connect. There’s not a whole lot of content here, but something is better than nothing. Right?
By day I work as a technical consultant for a large corporation that you’ve probably heard of. My focus is in Microsoft Technologies, specifically System Center products, Operating System Deployment, and Virtualization. By night I enjoy traveling, documenting said travels, and occasionally serenading the locals with a Jimmy Buffett song at a karaoke bar. Work keeps me on the go, and I never know where I’ll end up next.
My story? Well, we can start a few decades ago on a cold, stormy January morning. That’s where it all began. For the sake of time, we’ll fast forward a few years. I managed to graduate High School, get a degree at Southeast Missouri State University, and become employed. I spent a few years in Southeast Missouri, then I made my way north to St. Louis. Finally I took the advice of Horace Greeley and made my way west to Denver.
Why Denver? There are several answers to that question, but I’ll state the obvious. Colorado is one of the most beautiful states in the country. I came here on vacation and decided it was where I needed to be. There’s plenty to do and see here, and the weather can’t be beat. (If you’re from California or Texas, the weather here is really cold, I mean really cold, you’ll hate it. Don’t come.) Would I move somewhere else? Sure. But there’s only a few places on my list of potential homes that I’d consider. The new home would need a nearby beach, boat dock, and dive shop, preferably located in the 808 area code. Aloha!