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Winter 2001/2002
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Wild Blue Yonder 1, Central Asia 2, Esri T-Shirts 3

Jennifer MillerJennifer Miller, a GIS specialist with the City of Madison Heights, Michigan, is, as we can clearly see, an avid skydiver. She had the idea to pose in just this interesting manner quite a while ago, but, as luck would have it, she never had an Esri T-shirt. Her supervisor saved the day, though, by attending the 2001 Esri International User Conference and returning with the shirt with the perfect accent. Jennifer's husband--they have been skydiving for six years--took this picture above Napoleon, Michigan, shortly after the conference.

John Hansen   John Hansen, GIS programmer/analyst, Jefferson County Assessor's Office, Golden, Colorado, and his wife recently spent 18 days in China. They went to adopt their daughter (Tessa LanHua Hansen). John tells us he got to wear his Esri T-shirt a number of times, including at this site on LuShan Mountain in Jiangxi Provence (central China). LuShan is famous in China as a resort area.

Larry Costick, a research hydrologist for the U.S. Forest Service, let his 13-year-old daughter, Masie, decide where they would be taking their vacation and wound up in Mongolia. During their two-week odyssey on horseback, some research questions (concerning landscape patterns in the absence of fire suppression and in the health of riparian vegetation under heavy grazing in unfenced environments) began taking shape. Mile after mile of galloping across land devoid of fence, road, and power pole in an Esri T-shirt does more than sharpen the mind: it restores the soul.   Larry Costick

Wear an Esri T-shirt in a unique location. Send a photograph to Thomas K. Miller, ArcNews editor, ArcNews T-Shirt Feature, Esri, 380 New York Street, Redlands, California 92373-8100, USA. For information on this feature, contact Thomas K. Miller (tel.: 909-793-2853; e-mail:

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