Tigers on the High Seas! Family cruise on Disney’s Fantasy — December 2014. To St. Thomas, USVI, San Juan, PR and Castaway Cay, Bahamas. David Wells ’84, Mary, Elizabeth (9), David, Jr (5 1/2) and Anderson (5 1/2)
Mike (MBA ’06) and Jennifer (HIST ’92) Johnson McClain celebrated 15 years of marriage during a trip to Iceland and one of the highlights was a visit to the very beautiful Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon on the southeast coast of the country. One note: Mike and Jennifer had the 2nd wedding in the Owen Pavilion at the Madren Center (Danny Ford’s daughter was the first).
Joe ’61 and Marie Wilson of North Augusta collected sand from Omaha Beach on 9/11/2014.
On a Clemson Gameday, alumni Caitlin Costa ’09, Kat DeVilbiss ’08 and Kelli Resler ’10 travel to D.C. and visit the National WWII Memorial.
Sunrise at Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal (13,500 feet). Conclusion of 10-day trek.
David Crandall ’98 got this shot of Tillman Hall, and called it “Before the Game Begins!”
During a visit to Grand Cayman with my girlfriend, Kirsten Gary who graduated from SMU, I went SCUBA diving with her Dad, Donald Gary. Donald lives and works in Grand Cayman. One of the dives we completed was on the wreck of the USS Kittiwake in Grand Cayman, which can be seen in the background.
Old Clemson roommates and friends Rebecca D. Utz (left) and Meggin Blanch take a walk on the Medieval city walls of Dubrovnik, Croatia.
As a high school history teacher, Lisa Ferrara Cain ’91 attended the Centropa Summer Academy to learn 20th Century Jewish history. While there, the teachers followed in the footsteps of Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s journey before his assassination. They began in Vienna and ended in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, where at the north end of the Latin Bridge, the archduke was assassinated in 1914.
Miles Thomas ’00 carried his lucky Clemson shirt with him on his four day, 26 mile hike to Machu Picchu in Peru. As founder and president of the New Orleans Clemson Club, Miles prides himself on being an orange outpost for the Tigers, a position he gladly maintains while abroad.