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China, New Zealand, Florida—Travel Is Good . . . Especially with Your Esri T-Shirts!

Steve D'Auria
Steve D'Auria
Steve D'Auria, a GIS technician for Kissimmee Utility Authority in Kissimmee, Florida, and his wife, Marybeth, went to China in June 2006 to adopt a baby girl. He wore his Esri T-shirt just for the occasion. Good thing the Great Wall of China was in the background when this photo was snapped!

 

R.J. and Nicole Kern
R.J. and Nicole Kern
R. J. Kern, an Esri Authorized Instructor and GIS specialist at the Geographic Data Service Center, Bureau of Indian Affairs in Lakewood, Colorado, and his wife, Nicole, admire a landmark located in the city of Nelson, which pinpoints the geographic center of New Zealand. While enjoying their honeymoon "Down Under," his Esri T-shirt reminded them even though New Zealand appears on the bottom of the globe, they felt like they were on top of the world.

Tracy Moy
Tracy Moy
Tracy Moy, GIS Division chief, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, proudly wears her Esri T-shirt during the behind-the-scenes tour of the Kennedy Space Center on Florida's east coast.

 

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Mark L. Hochstein
 
Mark L. Hochstein, GIS coordinator, City of Sugar Land, Texas, traveled to Thailand with his wife, his friend David Dignum, and David's wife, who is originally from Thailand and was their guide. This photo of Mark and his colorful Esri T-shirt was snapped within the compound of the Wat Phra Kaeo, also known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, which adjoins the Grand Palace in Bangkok.
Jordan Hamm
Jordan Hamm
 
Jordan Hamm, GIS Technician for the Sanitation District No. 1 (SD1), Fort Wright, Kentucky, backpacked to the Red River Gorge in the eastern part of Kentucky. This photo was taken at the top of a cliff named "Buzzards Peak." Jordan tells us, "I was pretty proud of myself because the only way to that point is to climb straight up about 50 feet! I wore my GIS T-shirt to inspire me!"
Donald W. Downey
Donald Downey
 
Donald W. Downey, earth scientist, GGIS Team, Chevron Exploration & Production Technology Company, was front and center at the March 2006 total solar eclipse visible from the Egypt-Libya border. This photo of Donald and his Esri-designed Society for Conservation GIS T-shirt was snapped in an eclipse-chasers' tourist camp about 500 km along the coast road from Alexandria.

Wear an Esri T-shirt in a unique location and send a photograph to ArcNews. Photos will be considered for use in the paper ArcNews, in the expanded T-shirt section at ArcNews Online, or both. While digital photos sent via e-mail (tmiller@esri.com) are preferred, prints or slides can be sent to Thomas K. Miller, ArcNews Editor, ArcNews T-Shirt Feature, Esri, 380 New York Street, Redlands, California 92373-8100 USA.

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