I had the pleasure of working for Northrop as a technical publications
analyst. As validations coordinator, it was my responsibility to validate the
procedures for maintenance on the inertial navigation system, on
I accepted the opportunity to travel to
Jim took time off work and took me to an ancient Roman ruins. Kathy loaned me a camera, which is something that would have been the last thing I thought about.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volubilis will give some insight.
The storks like to build their nest on top of these columns
I also used the camera to get some photos of the capitol city of
I also drove my rental car to the city of
This town is on a hill.
There! See the hill, now?
Two engineers from Northrop. Left is Andy Limon. The man on the right, I can’t remember his name. I want to say Garcia. Sorry, man. Alzheimer’s strikes again!
He is holding a piece of leather I purchased.
If you watched “World’s dirtiest jobs”, the boy in that segment is the son of the man on the left. This is about five years before he was born. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leather
This photo is from Wikipedia.
This one is from my camera.
Dye and conditioning tanks.
Walkway in the marketplace.
Those little things on the top shelf are made from fragrant cedar wood. I bought one to freshen my underwear drawer.
I also witnessed the birth of some “alley kittens” next to Kathy’s washing machine. J
If you guys see this, Thanks again! I really had a wonderful time!