This is my hometown, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. There is no better image than that of the skyline at night when coming out of the tunnels. It's signals that we are home!
This is a picture of the Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh which is my undergraduate alma mater. At one time (and still may be) this was the tallest building of education on any campus in the country.
In 2001, my wife Susan and I moved to Peachtree City Georgia. It is a wonderful place to live and raise a family. There are 90 miles of golf cart paths in the city, a unique feature of a great small town. Learn more about Peachtree City here.
This is the statue of George Washington that stands on the campus of The George Washington University, my graduate school alma mater where I finished my MBA.