I started off as a child, living on a farm in Minnesota.
When we arrived on the west coast I knew I was home.
In 1970 I went to Western Washington State College where I attended The School of Ethnic Studies and got a B.A. in Social Anthropology.
I worked in social work for a few years then went to Portland State University and Lewis and Clark College earning degrees in Teaching and a Masters in Physical Education.
I've been teaching Physical Education at Crestline since 1984.
It's been an interesting ride.