It does not matter how we define family, or when and how that definition changes.
What matters is that we do define it and its importance in our lives. We relish it, we celebrate it, we value it above all things. Because, when faced with a world of unknowns, family is what we need the most.
Typically, the holidays are marked by tradition, by celebration, by gatherings. Travel and parties and reunions. Food and gifts and more food. But mostly, they are defined by the people around us. This year, the holidays will look different for all of us, but the importance of family won’t change.
Orvis is family-owned and always has been. It has been beloved, cared for, and fought for by generations of curious and passionate fathers, sons, siblings, cousins, mothers, and daughters. The third generation of the Perkins family is as eager as we all are to move into the new year toward new beginnings and a fresh start. But not without slowing down first to find togetherness, to share gratitude, to break bread and roast duck and raise our glasses, and to take stock of what matters the most—each other.
This year, we asked some of the Orvis extended family to share their moments of togetherness with us.
We thank them and you for being a part of the Orvis family.
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“If we are to benefit from the use of our natural resources, we must be willing to act to preserve them.”
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