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Geotripper

I am a teacher of geology at Modesto Junior College and former president of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers, Far Western Section.

  • By Garry Hayes
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly one post per month
  • First post on

Posts per month

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Oct 2021 3
Nov 2021 3
Dec 2021 2
Jan 2022 4
Feb 2022 1
Mar 2022 2
Apr 2022 2
May 2022 2
Jun 2022 1
Jul 2022 1
Aug 2022 1
Sep 2022 1
Oct 2022 1
Nov 2022 1
Dec 2022 2
Jan 2023 2
Feb 2023 1
Mar 2023 0
Apr 2023 0
May 2023 0
Jun 2023 0
Jul 2023 1
Aug 2023 0
Sep 2023 3
Oct 2023 3
Nov 2023 0
Dec 2023 1
Jan 2024 1
Feb 2024 2
Mar 2024 2
Apr 2024 0

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

The End of the Tuolumne River! (It's not as bad as it sounds...)
The slough at the headquarters area of Dos Rios State ParkBack in the 1980s, Douglas Adams published his hilarious "trilogy" of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe. The second book, The Restaurant at the End …
On , by Garry Hayes, 1,013 words
What's the Most Awesome Thing You've Ever Seen? Musing on Solar Eclipses, Part 1
Totality of the solar eclipse of 1991 from San Jose del Cabo. The corona, an aura of plasma and gases, is only visible during totality. Photo by Dr. William Luebke. There is a major celestial …
On , by Garry Hayes, 1,032 words
Echoes of a Watery Paradise in a Forsaken Hellscape - The Brief Return of Death Valley's Lake Manly
Imagine a lake that's six miles across flanked by dramatic mountain peaks reaching heights greater than 10,000 feet. We're in California, so it's got to be Lake Tahoe, right? But it's not. It is the …
On , by Garry Hayes, 1,154 words