Dry Season in Southern Laos
As we towed our array through the fields, a constant trickle of traffic went by; cattle wandering , villagers from upland rice fields heading back home, and hunters with long flintlock rifles and packs of tiny hunting dogs, all streaming by, mostly ignoring us and our quest to find and remove the bombs lurking under this peaceful landscape.
3/16/2013 04:06:57 am
What is the land used for that you clearing and who hires you? It's very interesting. Are you able to make a dent in the problem in a relatively short time? Just curious about the nature of the project besides this elusive tid bit. (But that's just me- I always want more information.) Hold on to your extremities!
Hi Karin, I'm glad my elusive tid bits caught your interest. Its hard for me to post more than a tid bit on the details of the projects im working on because there are other partys involved, and we like to make sure everyone is in agreement before releasing too many specifics.
3/30/2013 01:49:08 am
Hi Eric, I figured there other parties involved. I see the film is up. I'll have a look....
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My Name is Eric and My Job is Scientific Exploration.
That means I'm lucky enough to join expeditions to excavate sunken cities, climb volcanoes, find missing bombs, and Sail old research vessels, while searching for the mysteries of the natural world.