Dude, this trip was so long ago that Ross had short hair.
The field trip checking out wind erosional features in Anza Borrego.
Ian, the instructor's son, climbs up the talus slope side of a barchan sand dune.
Moses attempts a forward flip onto the sand, and almost makes it. But doesn't :)
Our fearless Leader, Alfred McEwen, on top of a hill trying to figure out where we are.
I believe we're talking about paleo-shorelines here but I don't quite remember.
Climbing up a rocky hillside in search of shoreline features.
That's Andreas sitting very near the old shoreline. These shorelines are quite subtle features -- if its so hard to pick out this one that's only a few thousand years old, can we really see billion-year-old features from orbit around Mars?
And its Dr. McEwen by a landslide!
Wow this is pre-Fredbeard, too. Freaky.
The crew on the polluted beach in San Deigo for sunset.
Moses and Joe in front of the sunset.
A nice people-less sunset shot.
Me and the sunset.
Venus and the moon.
Floating rocks. Its pumice from a volcanic hill nearby. We were VERY easily impressed by the floating rocks.
Devon also thought the floating rocks were cool.
Pete gives a talk.
Fred is the king of the world.