Hippie brass jewelry maker in the CO mountains to goldsmith apprentice in Estes Park to fine jewelry store owner in Breckenridge, for 20 years. Learned Rhino 3D for jewelry design. Happily retired for 10 years. Retired whitewater kayaker also, now I like peaceful floats. I have been a library volunteer and Board member, because as Stewart Brand said, “information wants to be free”, and because libraries build community. Former Board member of Arts Alive, co-op gallery in Breck. I love ceramics, and I’m learning fine woodworking. A few years ago, I built a 13’ plastic whitewater dory. It was designed in Rhino, cut from sheets of HDPE, and put together with an injection welder. My main project now is restoring a 70’s passive solar adobe house in wonderfully warm and oxygen-rich Santa Fe.