I sat under the shade of a coconut tree right next to the Rip Curl surfing meet:
My room with books and assorted accomplishments:
One book I am especially proud of was produced by one of my Technology and Society classes. They got National Science Foundation funding to publish this text, which was picked up by the Hawaii State Department of Education to use in high schools. Mind you, this was more than 40 years ago.
On the walls:
You will note a poster of the St. Andrews Old Course at the top, where I played a couple times:
While my scores here are not worthy of note, in the 1990's the course fee was only $40, plus $75 for a required caddie. On the other wall I show my best game, at Ala Wai, a score of 74:
I have maintained a one handicap throughout my life...per hole. This scorecard is othewise balanced with more distinguished memorabilia, such as Congressional legislation for which I was responsible, as for example the Matsunaga Hydrogen Act:
Oh, tomorrow, part 2 of Humanity's Greatest Challenges: Outer Space.