…in New Zealand. I think the sky is bluer there too. And the sheep are more majestic. It might be time for a visit.
I am learning Spanish so that I might be able to do research in Chile. I fear that I am a long way from being able to explain myself, but […]
The Rwenzori glaciers seem to be a symbol of national pride in Uganda. Below is a summary of a conversation I had with a park ranger: Ranger: I went to […]
Ok, so I have a new theory on Malaria pills and dreams. This year, I still had vivid and weird dreams, but they were not violent or graphic. Perhaps the […]
One of the side effects of being a geologists is travel. I am grateful for these traveling opportunities, and a bit nervous about leaving for Uganda today. The most terrifying […]
When most people think of Yellowstone National Park, they think of wildlife and geysers, which is fair enough. But in many places around the park, you will see remnants of […]
I got a bit sun-burnt on Thursday (sunlight reflecting off the snow) while getting some sweet views of the Matterhorn. “Horns” form when multiple glaciers are on three or more […]