I hope here you will learn more about ME, the real Granger Whitelaw….not the ME you may hear rumors about or stories varied, wide, and colorful…..but who I am….and whom I try to be to mankind. I have always sought to be a good father, friend and Christian with the goal of helping others grow, either in business or their personal goals.
I am now 46 (WOW) and friends still call me “Rambler” (at least my oldest friend in the world does.Hi Davey!). I got the name Rambler in Vail when I was a child because even at 4 & 5 years old I would take our local bus ( called the Ginkle Van back in early Vail ) all around town by myself. I loved to visit my friends, go see the shop owners and go skiing with tourists and show them the Mountain. Vail was an amazing place to grow up, it will probably never be replicated again anywhere in the world. It was small and filled with families who all wanted a community of people that were honest, hard working and loved life & Adventure. We all came for the Winters and the great skiing, but we stayed for the summers – it is truly God’s country – filled with meadows of flowers, cool rivers and lakes – and air so fresh it will clean your soul.
My heart first belongs to my four children: Grangie, Lili, Bam Bam & our Little Bear, C.C.! When you look at them you will see why…..they are truly Gods children and I thank him every day for sharing them with me. I can talk more about work and other stuff life brings….but except for my family and friends whom you will meet in these pages…..everything else is just part of the adventure…..they are what makes it worth traveling.
I also write a blog on this site and a few others here and there. I try to write about subjects that I love or that can help others. There are links to my other sites on the left side of this page and each page of my site, please feel free to browse them and let me know what you think. Make comments on the blogs – don’t be shy – and if you have any good ideas for me to write about, just let me know!
And Hey! Send me some cool pictures of your favorite things, people, places or memories and I will post them in my new Gallery. It’s always fun to see old friends and new living their lives – and a picture does speak a thousand words after all.
“It is easy to go nowhere. It requires no risk, except that of being left behind. To run ahead is a supreme test!