Emmy Award Winning Journalist Victoria Gaither sits down with Monica Shire who along with her husband Tim owns and runs Cob Hill Farm. Along with the farm, they run three separate camp sites, each with their own personality and adventure. Monica an avid beekeeper, lover of outdoors, and an educator with over 20 years of experience in pre-kindergarten and first grade talks about her life and why bees matter. To learn more her camp sites click the link https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/50320356?source_impression_id=p3_1663514240_egn0XRBmc4mpfWK8
News Broadcaster Victoria Gaither sits down with motivator, trainer, and all-around beautiful human beings Kristina Shearin who just opened Sweat Society KW in Key West, FL. Kristina who takes a different approach to exercising the body shares her passion for health and motivation.
News Broadcaster Victoria Gaither sits down with Captain Forrest Shearin of Gone Coastal Charter in Key West, Florida. Captain Shearin originally from Deltaville, Virginia, talks about his passion for being on the water and advice about boating. Plus, how he enjoys taking passengers out on the water. https://www.gonecoastalcharterskw.com/
Storyteller and Photojournalist Victoria Gaither sit down with Calista Budrow, owner, and operator along with her husband, Brian of GreenSpell, a plant shop in Rutland, Vermont. Calista talks about her passion for house plants, how the shop started, and advice on caring for house plants. To learn more follow them on Instagram at @greenspell_plantshop or visit https://www.green-spell.com/
Emmy Award-Winning Broadcaster & Photographer Victoria Gaither has a conversation with Emily and Sarah Hyatt in Berlin, Maryland at the Snowball Stand. The sisters explain how their jewelry and accessories business came about. Fresh, Fabulous, and Fancy describes the line of jewelry and accessories. Emily and Sarah didn’t see what they were looking for in the market and decided to make their own jewelry. The girl’s grandmother Marlene Faye Hyatt is also a big inspiration and influence on the line. In their first-ever interview hear what the sisters have to say. To see the line click https://www.etsy.com/shop/ForeverFayeCo Plus, follow them on Instagram, TikTok, and Pinterest under the name Forever Faye Co
Designer Mark Burnett sees the Martin Henry Freeman sculpture in Downtown Rutland Vermont for the first time. Mark’s design was chosen for the project. Freeman the first Black President of an American College is from Rutland and along with Sculpturist Don Ramey, Mark helped bring Freeman to life. Hear Mark’s thoughts on the sculpture and why it was important to view it during Black History Month.
Snowmaker Brian Hughes sits down with Broadcaster Victoria Gaither to talk about 28 years of making snow and working at Killington Ski Resort in Killington, Vermont. Brian a well-known fixture in Killington tells the story of how he landed in Vermont and what bugs him the most about visitors to the mountain. You can follow the king of snowmaking on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/brianhughes6522/
Broadcaster Victoria Gaither speaks with Rob DiTursi owner of Crossfit Rising Star in Rutland, Vermont. Rob talks about a mural on the side of his building that he hopes inspires recovering addicts. The mural painted by Lmnopi is called, 'Rise Up' Rob explains was an idea that came from his heart. To help and learn more https://www.gofundme.com/f/addicted-to-life-not-drugs-help-recovery-begin
Broadcaster and Photojournalist, Victoria Gaither, sits down with the parents of Killington, Vermont snowboarding whiz, Harley Ruffle, known locally as Lil Homie. Jill and Gary Ruffle discuss how the 3-year-old toddler who barely talks got into snowboarding and how they manage his time. Both, Jill and Gary ski so it was a surprise when Harley through encouragement from Darkside Snowboards put Lil Homie on a snowboard and as Jill tells it the rest is history. You can follow the toddler superstar at https://www.instagram.com/lilhomie802/
American Journalist Victoria Gaither has a one on one conversation with Professional Skier and Snowboarder Dave Manning about how the ski industry has changed, tips for getting off the green trails, and why he is blessed. Dave owns Black Dog Sports in Killington, Vermont. Black Dog Sports has been around for 25 years in Killington, Vermont. Dave is known as one of the country's best ski tuners. http://blackdogdeals.com/
Broadcaster and Photojournalist Victoria Gaither speaks with Hotel Photographer Daniel Truitt from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware about how Covid19 has created another opportunity while he waits for Maryland and Delaware Beach resorts to reopen. Daniel makes facial masks for workers at On the Bay seafood in Ocean City, MD.
Barry Mariner of Windmill Creek Vineyard and Winery is sharing land from his farm to help create a community garden called The Victory Garden. Barry tells Broadcaster and Photojournalist Victoria Gaither how he came up with the idea and why he hopes other farmers around the world follow suit. Barry says all the land has been claimed and perhaps Covid19 will get us back to basics in the world.
American Journalist Victoria Gaither and New Zealand Broadcast Stu Frith bring you up to date on news of interest in New Zealand and America. Listen weekly for more news as Victoria joins you in Washington and Stu in New Zealand.
American Journalist Victoria Gaither talks with Kapiti Coast Photographer Joanna Piatek after the International Women’s Day event at the Southward Car Museum in Kapiti, New Zealand. Joanna originally from Sweden splits her time in New Zealand and her home country talks to Victoria about taking pictures and confident in being a women.
American Journalist Victoria Gaither and New Zealand Broadcaster Stu Frith are live at Americarna in New Plymouth, a week long event showing off muscle cars, hot dogs, and American flags. The event celebrates America culture.
American Journalist Victoria Gaither sits down with Sally Duxfield owner and operator of Makahika Outdoor Pursuits Centre to talk about her outdoor facilities that transform young people and turns adults into better leaders. Why the Makahika Centre might just be the right place for you and your brain. https://www.makahika.co.nz/#what-we-offer
American Journalist Victoria Gaither visits Millton Vineyards and Winery she sits down with owner Annie Millton to discuss what makes her wines superb. Annie whose face lights up when she talks about why the Gisborne region produces some of the best grapes in New Zealand to learn about this organic winery visit https://www.millton.co.nz
New Zealand’s only coal fired paddle steamer the Waimarie takes International Broadcasters Stu Frith and Victoria Gaither on a two hour journey up the Whanganui River in the restored boat. On board, eat delicious food, hear narration of the sights, chat with skilled and knowledgeable crew, and just relax. Hear what Stu and Victoria have to say about their experience.
New Zealand Broadcaster, Stu Frith and American Journalist Victoria Gaither discuss the White Island, New Zealand volcano eruption killing five people with others missing. At press time, it is a recovery operation, not a rescue operation. Stu located on New Zealand's North Island brings you up to date on the happenings.
Emmy Award-Winning Journalists and Photographer Victoria Gaither was invited to Thanksgiving lunch at St. Michaels Steak & Crab House by owners Eric and Anne Rosen. Every year, the Rosen's invite, family and friends, to a beautiful Thanksgiving day spread with all the trimmings and desserts your tummy can hold. In this podcast that was heard overseas, Victoria talks with Anne, Eric, and Jared L'Hoste (son in law). All three express why Thanksgiving is important and what it means to them. Plus, Eric including his mother and sisters get a bit emotional as they all remember Eric's father, listen to what he had to say. In the cover photo, Anne, Eric, daughter Maddie, and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan presents Eric with a certificate for 25 years of service and business to the St. Michaels community. To learn more about the restaurant visit their website https://www.stmichaelscrabhouse.com/
Emmy Award-Winning Journalists and Photographer Victoria Gaither was invited to Thanksgiving lunch at St. Michaels Steak & Crab House by owners Eric and Anne Rosen. Every year, the Rosen's invite, family and friends, to a beautiful Thanksgiving day spread with all the trimmings and desserts your tummy can hold. In this podcast that was heard overseas, Victoria talks with Anne, Eric, and Jared. All three express why Thanksgiving is important and what it means to them. Plus, Eric including his mother and sisters get a bit emotional as they all remember Eric's father, listen to what he had to say. In the cover photo, Anne, Eric, daughter Maddie, and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan presents Eric with a certificate for 25 years of service and business to the St. Michaels community. To learn more about the resturant visit their website https://www.stmichaelscrabhouse.com/
International Journalist's and Photographer Victoria Gaither talks with Nanticoke Chief William Daisey about his life and new book "The Life and Times of William "Thunder Eagle" Daisey - A Delaware Indian Chief: An Autobiography", the two spoke at the Nanticoke Community Day event in Nanticoke, Delaware. Daisey has been touring and attending events to talk about his book which he says is a legacy left to his family and tribe. To learn more about his book and buy it https://www.prweb.com/releases/william_daiseys_newly_released_the_life_and_times_of_william_thunder_eagle_daisey_is_a_heartfelt_read_on_the_life_of_a_retired_nanticoke_indian_tribe_chief/prweb16482666.htm