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Last modified: Thursday, January 24, 2013.

This is the One Million Two Hundred Fifty One Thousand Nine Hundred Seventh view.

Seattle Time is: 03:28:47, 08/20/2018
News: Added newer photos to the "About Me" page [Updated October 4, 2017]

The Travel Journals
Random favorite photos from my trip journals:
Endless road
Tablelands, NT
Australia

5/15/2000Roll
Bass Straight Coast
Phillip Island, Victoria
Australia

2/16/2000Roll
Mountain Gorilla
Bwindi
Uganda

6/29/1999Roll
Temples
Dano Bratan, Bali
Indonesia

12/6/1999Roll
Sunrise Elephants
Kumbh Mela
India

1/29/2001Roll
Kayaking
Resurrection, AK
USA

7/23/1997Roll
Shulamit Falls
En Gedi Reserve
Israel

4/13/1998Roll
New Zealand sheep
West Coast
New Zealand

4/10/2000Roll
Sadhu
Hampi
India

4/8/2001Roll
Monastery of Nuns
Göreme
Turkey

3/8/1998Roll
Desert flowers
D826, Namib Desert
Namibia

2/22/1999Roll
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)

Other Stuff
About Me
A little about me
The Moon
Currently:
70.1% full
9d, 7h, 53m old
400194km away
Five Random Quotes
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A random quote
To understand this important story, you have to understand how the telephone company works. Your telephone is connected to a local computer, which is in turn connected to a regional computer, which is in turn connected to a loudspeaker the size of a garbage truck on the lawn of Edna A. Bargewater of Lawrence, Kan. Whenever you talk on the phone, your local computer listens in. If it suspects you're going to discuss an intimate topic, it notifies the computer above it, which listens in and decides whether to alert the one above it, until finally, if you really humiliate yourself, maybe break down in tears and tell your closest friend about a sordid incident from your past involving a seedy motel, a neighbor's spouse, an entire religious order, a garden hose and six quarts of tapioca pudding, the top computer feeds your conversation into Edna's loudspeaker, and she and her friends come out on the porch to listen and drink gin and laugh themselves silly. --Dave Barry, Won't It Be Just Great Owning Our Own Phones? [194/1855]

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