Diving and Misc. Pictures
Okay, I'm learning how to use Cells and Tables here - so I decided to go ahead and build a project page that would include some pictures I have laying around on my hard drives.
If you want your mug placed here - go ahead and send me some pictures, and I'll do my best to add these every now and again - please include some kind of explanation of what we're looking at - like where, when, what gear, why your girlfriend is naked in the background, etc...
Send 'em all HERE.
|This is Rob Lockard and his Navion Airplane just before he took my mother (the little blond haired lady) up for a ride. Rob was the first guy to land at Juergensen Airport (PS27) - beating Dave Sutton for the honor of being #1. Of course, Dave insisted that Rob was going to auger himself into the middle of our runway, so Rob had to fly in and out about a dozen times just to prove him wrong... Isn't that a pretty airplane, though?|
|This is me, in my youth (about 8 years ago) shooting my Thompson/Contender in the desert. I have the 45-70 Govt. barrel on the gun, which is an incredible wrist-buster for those of you who know firearms. Of course, the only thing I have ever shot with this gun is the side of a hill, and even then, just barely...|
|This is me and my dad fishing off of La Paz, Mexico back in '96. Dad was killed in '98 in an industrial accident. I sure do miss him...|
|This is Dr. Peter Heseltine, my friend and Best Man at my wedding. He's diving a CCR-1000 on a trip we took to Hurghada, Egypt. Nice hat, Peter!|
|This is one of my favorite pictures of my wife, Juliette. We were in the Canary Islands, filming Pilot Whales for our program "Mystery of the Whale Cave" when this shot was taken.|
|Here's Jules in Rob Lockard's airplane. After this ride, she told me she'd never fly in a small plane again. Nice going, Rob...!|
|This is them after the flight - Jules couldn't wait to jump off of that plane...|
|Here's what my shop looked like as I was building it. This was just after the framing and electrical work, but during the insulation and drywall period. Essentially, I built 1,345 square feet of shop all by myself. Something I recommend everyone do no more than once in a lifetime...|
O.K. - I've seen the place, now I want to meet the Family...
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