Kayser Ridge inspires, “Cairns By Cliff”

By |2019-03-13T13:03:14-05:00June 20th, 2013|Kayser Ridge|

Who knew that cairns, originally serving as guideposts to a UFO landing site at Kayser Ridge would eventually spawn the most successful cairn building company in the capital of the most powerful nation on the planet. Sometimes I have to pinch myself and ask, "How did I get so lucky?" Just at the right place at [...]

Artist, Tom Bucci’s Watercolor of Kayser Ridge

By |2019-03-13T13:03:15-05:00May 13th, 2013|Kayser Ridge|

Washington DC based Artist and Architect, Tom Bucci has exhibited widely in the Washington DC area and his work is found in collections around the world, from embassies to corporate and private collections. He and his wife Erica, who is also a talented artist, are good friends who have spent time at Kayser Ridge. Several years ago, [...]

R.I.P. Vegas — a Best Friend of and to, Kayser Ridge

By |2019-03-13T13:03:15-05:00May 10th, 2013|Kayser Ridge|

Kayser Ridge lost a beloved Staff member, Vegas. Dawn had to make the difficult decision to put her friend of 17 years to sleep yesterday and shared some pictures of Vegas at Kayser Ridge, commenting, "she loved Kayser Ridge and could really and truly be a dog when there..." Vegas used to accompany Kayser Ridgers for [...]

Eagle Lands…In form of “Bridge to the Ridge”!

By |2019-03-13T13:03:16-05:00December 3rd, 2012|Kayser Ridge|

To improve safety for "Kayser Ridgers" and make the back ridge more accessible to everyone, Holly and his team constructed a "Bridge to the Ridge" -- a 60 foot catwalk leading to a new-improved upper deck that is almost 3x as big as the previous deck. This required heavy equipment to actually carve the ridge down [...]

Labyrinth @ Kayser Ridge

By |2019-03-13T13:03:16-05:00November 25th, 2012|Kayser Ridge|

On Thanksgiving Day a cool Labyrinth was designed and built, together with my friend Paul. Tom Bucci added some design, supervisory and musical talent to the mix -- so we can't take FULL credit. It's not complete yet, but it's definitely walkable. Next time you're out there look for it behind and to the right (Southeast) of the [...]

Bridge to the Ridge Under Construction!

By |2019-03-13T13:03:16-05:00November 24th, 2012|Kayser Ridge|

So happy/thankful to have a talented partner, Holly Thompson, who can turn vision into reality. Last week, we broke ground on the "Bridge to the Ridge" -- a catwalk/ramp that leads to a NEW IMPROVED 600 foot deck. This replaces the old deck on the ridge behind the cabin -- the one next to the firepit. [...]

Double Rainbow at Kayser Ridge!

By |2019-03-13T13:03:17-05:00June 8th, 2012|Kayser Ridge|

You won't get this attempt at a spoof on the "Double Rainbow" if you've never seen the very interesting viral video that's has had about 3 billion viewers...So intense...;) However, if you have seen that video, you'll "full-on" absolutely love this! We sure did. Enjoy. What Does It Mean? It may load faster from youtube -- [...]

A Bear of an Easter @ Kayser Ridge!

By |2019-03-13T13:03:18-05:00April 8th, 2012|Kayser Ridge|

Late last night -- technically early Easter morning -- I was finishing up a watching a TED video ("Natalie Merchant sings old poems to life" -- an amazing video if you can take the time to watch it all the way to the end when she does an encore...talk about talent -- brought tears to my [...]

Loving Turns

By |2019-03-13T13:03:18-05:00February 1st, 2012|Kayser Ridge|

I decided to work from Kayser Ridge for a few days this week and on the way out here stopped to see a friend, Siraj (http://blog.siraju.com/) who gifted me with a wonderful book of poems. Siraj encourages readers to share reactions on the blank pages he puts between each page of his book as a way to [...]

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