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Arizona, Dutch Caribbean, South Dakota, Germany—No Matter Where They Go, Esri T-Shirts Are Exciting!

Yvonne Moss and Marcia Walker
Yvonne Moss and Marcia Walker
Yvonne Moss (left), database administrator, Technology Services GeoSpatial Applications, City and County of Denver, and Marcia Walker, also with Technology Services, visited the Paria Canyon Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness-Coyote Buttes North, which is located in extreme southern Utah/northern Arizona near Page, Arizona. Yvonne tells us, "Marcia is sporting her Esri T-shirt. I managed to forget mine."

 

Damion and Jill Scholz
Damion and Jill Scholz
Damion Scholz, senior GIS analyst, Digital Mapping Services, Corpus Christi, Texas, and his wife Jill, who is with South Texas Mining Venture in Corpus Christi, took time off to soak in the rays on a pier at the Divi Dive Resort, which is on the coast of the island of Bonaire in the Dutch Caribbean. Damion gets points for remembering to wear his Esri T-shirt.

George Anderson
George Anderson
George Anderson, GIS analyst for the Eugene Water & Electric Board, Eugene, Oregon, is shown here at the geographic center of the United States, outside of Belle Fourche, South Dakota. George explains to us that this spot is the "center" of all 50 states and is marked with a United States Geological Survey monument located on the flag's base. He says, "My wife and I were on a four-week driving trip through the Midwest and decided it was a must stop for a GIS geek." We like that he posed in his Esri T-shirt.

 

Jens Oberbossel
Jens Oberbossel
Jens Oberbossel, an employee of the City of Wuppertal, Germany, supports the Fire Department, Land Register, and other facilities with GIS. Here he is atop the Zugspitze, Germany's highest mountain, a point that is marked with a golden cross. Of course, this proves that Esri T-shirts are in a class by themselves!


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Esri T-shirts Brighten Chateaux and City Parks

Erik Nilsen
  Erik Nilsen, a mapping and surveying engineer for Gjoevik kommune in Norway, was in France on a one week riding holiday in the Loire Valley, where many of the French kings resided in the medieval ages. He says, "We were horseback riding from castle to castle, enjoying the famous French cooking. The river is the Cher river, and the chateau is Chateau Chenonceau, the second most visited chateau in France, second only to Versailles outside Paris." Not surprisingly, his Esri T-shirt looks brand new!
Holly Glaser
  Holly Glaser, GISP, is a member of the Washington URISA Chapter and is on the GIS Certificate Program Advisory Board at University of Washington Educational Extension. Here we see her in Singapore where she went for the pure joy of travel. She tells us, "The plant behind me is planted all over Singapore. It's the signature plant used in the city parks." Speaking of joy, please note that she is wearing an Esri T-shirt!

Wear an Esri T-shirt in a unique location and send a photograph to ArcNews. Photos will be considered for use in ArcNews, 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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