Published by Arcadia Publishing in August 2011

Images of Rail: Union Station in Washington, DC

Published by Arcadia Publishing in August 2011. The book tells the fascinating history of Washington’s railway system and train station.  In 1907, Washington’s train station was built as part of the McMillan Plan to create a monumental gateway to the nation’s capital. Its construction made space for and shaped the development of the National Mall. The building is considered to be one of the finest examples of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture, and today it is the most frequented destination in Washington, with more than 32 million visitors each year. Over the past century, Union Station has evolved into a transportation hub, an upscale shopping mall, and a venue for international exhibits and cultural events. Images of Rail: Union Station in Washington, D.C. includes approximately 200 historic images that document how the construction of Union Station transformed the nation’s capital and expanded rail service along the East Coast. 

Available Now! Published in 2017 by Menasha Ridge Press

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Washington, D.C.

Co-written with Renee Sklarew. Published by Menasha Ridge Press in September 2017. The book profiles the best day hikes and walks within an hour’s drive of Washington, D.C. Families and serious hikers will find both inspiration and detailed information to guide their exploration of the many scenic trails located in and around the capital region. Each description includes the history of the park; a map of the trail; directions and information about hours, facilities and restrictions; as well as the flora and fauna hikers are likely to see on the trail.

Available Now! Just Released in September 2017.

To Be Published in 2018 by Appalachian Mountain Club

Quiet Water: Mid Atlantic

To be published by Appalachian Mountain Club in 2018. A new addition to the series of books, Quiet Water Mid Atlantic profiles 60 spectacular paddling destinations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia. Special features include: detailed descriptions of each lake and pond, with paddling routes, local flora and fauna, and seasonal highlights; driving, parking, and put-in instructions; safety tips; local picnicking and camping spots; equipment choices; and advice for paddling with children.

New Book Coming in 2018! Check Back for Details.