Wednesday, March 28, 2001

Foot and mouth. Tony Blair says "the countryside is open for business," but what we saw this weekend said otherwise. We did get to do some beachcombing at Lulworth Cove, however.
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Foot and mouth New Forest.
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Lulworth Cove, Dorset

Monday, March 12, 2001

Eric Cheng has a well-constructed Kilimanjaro site (as well as an impressive home page). Looking through his pictures, it looks like our summit day was unusually crowded. Perhaps we suffered a bit from it being the very end of the season.

Sunday, March 11, 2001

I've been patiently looking through my 900 half-baked snapshots of Tanzania for the three good ones. So when I stumbled across Max Lyons' beautiful images, I was reminded what patient composition and good technical skill can do!

Wednesday, March 07, 2001

Thanks to the Kodak DC-240 and my new Digital Wallet, I brought back about 900 pictures from the Kilimanjaro expedition. That's a lot of editing to do, but here's one to get started with. When we were at Karanga River camp on our 3rd night, she lifted her skirts for us briefly in the evening.

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Kilimanjaro from Karanga River camp.

Thursday, March 01, 2001

Been there, done that but I didn't buy the t-shirt yet. They wanted $15 for them at Mweka gate, and I thought that I should get at least two for that price. For anyone considering climbing Kilimanjaro, do not underestimate how much oxygen your body needs to feel comfortable and function well. [from Hotel Impala, Arusha, Tanzania]