About

This is a collection of stories and images that I think are interesting.  I’m a senior in high school trying to learn more about the world and share what I find.  I love nature and I’m passionate about biology and marine science. Traveling is a favorite of mine, along with SCUBA diving and skiing. I don’t consider myself a tree-hugger per se, but I do believe in keeping the wild places of this planet wild.

“In wilderness is the preservation of the world.” – Henry David Thoreau

34 thoughts on “About

  1. My wife and I are scuba and ski freakazoids as well. Sounds like you are off to a roaring start, so enjoy the adventures ahead!

    Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bow lines, sail away from safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.
    Explore. Dream. Discover.
    Erick and Lynda

  2. Forget the silly term “tree-hugger”, lovely young woman, and be that wild & passionate for the changes that should have been made 60 years ago, because we are in a desperate condition right now, and the suffering involved, for all creatures; for all living things, has been massive, and no more is bearable.
    This is a wonderful site. You don’t realize how rare this attention, and how much more rare is action.

  3. Thank you for stopping by and following The Sundog Drift. I admire your aspirations and efforts for your age! I am making my efforts on my blog as a 56 year old. You being young and starting now will do well:) I echo your thoughts on the wonder of nature. Will follow. Good Luck!

  4. Agree with your sentiment completely – the natural world is what makes our planet such an amazing place. We should do everything we can to keep it that way. Thanks for stopping by my blog, it’s much appreciated!

  5. Awesome site! Are you interested in pursuing a career in Marine Science? I just received my degree in the field and can tell you first hand it is an absolutely amazing experience. My girlfriend and I are about to start working at a Shark Lab in the Bahamas (check out the blog for more on that). I highly encourage you to follow your passion, the opportunities are limitless. If you have any questions about the marine science world or where to start, don’t hesitate to ask.

    Zach

    • Thank you! I am definitely interested in marine science career! I took a marine bio/SCUBA course in San Salvador last year and really loved it. Your blog is great and the Shark Lab sounds fantastic. If I think of anything I’ll let you know!

  6. Thanks so much for liking my post on Tide Line Still Life.
    I have enjoyed perusing your blog. Your energy and enthusiasm for science and environmentalism is infectious! I also enjoy scuba diving, and I appreciate your passion for marine life. Have a wonderful start to the school year. As an educator, I will tell you that your teachers are lucky to have you in their classes! Best, Maggie

  7. I’m impressed.It’s great you’re getting so involved. I hope you can stick with it. I also love the sea. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my sea photos. I would recommend you check out Texas A & M in Galveston Texas, they have a great Marine Biology program (and also a Maritime program too). Good luck 🙂

  8. Hi TC, thanks for introducing yourself by following our site. We’re thrilled to hear of your interests and look forward to exploring the world along with you. We’ve been hosting conservation oriented interns for many years, so keep that in mind for the years to come. If you’re on facebook we also invite you to visit the RAXA Collective page. See you there!

  9. Hello! That’s a wonderful blog you have running here! I have started getting fascinated by nature as well – and the realisation of how intricately balanced it is, is amazing. Again, great stuff. Regards.

  10. I love that quote…I fully agree ☺ And I love your intro…honest, straightforward, clear. May you enjoy your senior year to the fullest! Many thanks for visiting my blog, much appreciated. Peace & light, jules

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