Left to Right: David, Ben and Me, taken on a Camp Tawonga backpack trip, Summer, 2004
At the 2003 California Science Fair with the Bonny Doon crowd
(left to right: Rachel, Katherine, Emily, Zach, Colin and me)
On a trip to Kaua'i (my fifth, January 2002), I visited Mt. Kahili on Kaua'i. To get there, I had to fly with my Dad on a helicopter. They dropped us off and we spent about three hours up there, working on radio equipment.
Here I am, waiting for the helicopter to pick me up. I'm sitting on the landing spot.
Clear for takeoff!
I made my own bow and arrow while camping in the sierra during the summer of 2001
Here I am next to a Moray eel, which I watched being caught at Ke'e Beach, at the end of the road at the entrance to the Na Pali Coast. Na Pali means "The Cliffs" in the Hawaiian Language.
In 1998, I went to Argentina to visit my friends in Puerto Madryn, and while I was there I visited some places nearby that had many interesting animals I don't ever see in California.
When I was in Puerto Madyrn, the two local newspapers took pictures and wrote stories about our visit. Americans very rarely visit this part of Argentina, although it is a tourist destination for Europeans during the South American summer (December through March).
Here I am standing with a Magellanic Penguin, who comes to this place every year. There are about 500,000 others who share this place with him (or her).
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