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Last modified: Thursday, January 24, 2013.

This is the One Million Two Hundred Forty Three Thousand Three Hundred Thirty Ninth view.

Seattle Time is: 17:37:13, 02/20/2018
News: Added newer photos to the "About Me" page [Updated October 4, 2017]

The Travel Journals
Random favorite photos from my trip journals:
Mud mosque complex
Niger River
Mali

10/31/1998Roll
Windows
Jaipur
India

1/19/2001Roll
Mass
Lalibela
Ethiopia

7/12/1999Roll
Stairs in fort
Fort Patience, Apam
Ghana

12/1/1998Roll
Mont Blanc
Chamonix,
France

11/1/1997Roll
Blue-eared starling
Moremi (Okavango)
Botswana

3/15/1999Roll
Grand Mosque
Mopti
Mali

10/31/1998Roll
13th c. fresco of Hell
Lake Tana
Ethiopia

7/9/1999Roll
Sunset
Alaska
USA

7/8/1997Roll
Mont Blanc
Chamonix,
France

11/1/1997Roll
Vegetable stall
Madurai
India

2/25/2001Roll
The individual trip journals:
April 1997 - July 2001:
The Grand Hiatus
4¼ Years / 77 Countries / 4,725 Beers
6,000+ Photos / 300,000 Miles
(Photos / Countries / Maps)
June - August 2002:
Micronesia Revisited
8 Weeks / 6 Islands / 1 Surgery
700 Photos / 14,000+ Miles
(Photos / Countries / Maps)

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About Me
A little about me
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A random quote
Have you ever wondered what makes Californians so calm? Besides drugs, I mean. The answer is hot tubs. A hot tub is a redwood container filled with water that you sit in naked with members of the opposite sex, none of whom is necessarily your spouse. After a few hours in their hot tubs, Californians don't give a damn about earthquakes or mass murderers. They don't give a damn about anything , which is why they are able to produce "Laverne and Shirley" week after week. --Dave Barry, The Taming of the Screw [143/1855]

hi·a·tus \hi-'â-tes\ n [L. fr. hiare to yawn] 1 : a lapse in continuity : GAP