Vol. 11 Num. 2
The thing about life is that we never know where it’s going to take us, literally and figuratively. Whether it be new destinations, new friends, new job opportunities, or any new experience, it’s practically guaranteed that the journey through life will take some unexpected turns.
A slew of epicurean possibilities is explored at Brush Creek Ranch before an examination of Richard Kessler’s endeavors in the world of hospitality. Next, go from past to present while imagining the continuing future of Federal Ammunition before journeying into the American West with Chef Giovanni Lanzante. Finally, travel to India and the United Kingdom to discover a shooting car with a storied (and royal!) past and end this upland voyage by indulging in the story of one pup’s passion for birdhunting.
So, pack your bags! In this issue of Covey Rise, we take a trip around the world in 116 pages, and we invite you to join us.
Brush Creek Ranch: Wyoming's corner of possibilities
Richard Kessler: Using dollars and senses to move the needle
Federal Ammunition: A century strong and counting
Giovanni Lanzante Goes West: Finding inspiration and purpose far from his old-world roots
The Patiala Silver Ghost: A Maharaja's magnificent shooting car, restored
Morning Call: Life changes and enduring traditions
Cover by John Hafner