For sure he's making a suggestive comment.
Photo by Cindy Appel.
January 12, 1951 to December 30, 2002
We all miss you, Will. You were a real treat to work and play with.
But did you know that he didn't have a college degree in Mandarin or paleontology, yet is one of the few paleontologists in the world who translated highly technical paleontological research documents from Chinese into English? Also, he never worked as a professional river guide, yet rowed his own boat on his first oar trip through the Canyon. These amazing skills were largely self taught!
If you'd like a CD showing video footage Will's runs through some the major rapids in the Grand Canyon, I'll trade you one for a contribution to this site. It's an mpeg2 file about 9 minutes long and can be opened with Windows Media Player, RealPlayer or Quicktime. Send me a story about you and Will, how you met, a picture of you and Will (or Will and other friends or just a good one of Will), a list of his favorite music or foods (besides Nuclear Garlic Bread), add to the list of his publications, etc. Email the stories as txt, rtf, wpd or doc files and the pics as jpg or gif files (mac or pc) or smail copies of prints and I'll scan them. Add captions or suggest an additional category if you want. Include your smail address if you want a copy of the CD:
Pete Winn 202 North Avenue #102
Grand Junction CO 81501
If you've already sent pics or stories, please let me know if I've made any mistakes (and don't forget to send your smail address).
Feel free to download stories or pics, just give the author/photographer credit if you pass them around: