(A Pictural Revisionist History)
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers had assembled to issue numerous farewells to a number of compatriots! This foregathering marked the end of the Energy Research Undergraduate Fellowship term for the spring session.
The Melting Pot is an excellent fondue establishment located in the scenic Old City in the bustling metropolis known to many as Knoxville, home of the Worlds Fair in 1983. Unfortunately, the proprietors of the institution had no idea(r) what to expect upon the arrival of the Y12 Elite! All in all, everyone was able to escape with their lives.
Party festivities were hosted by Sir Patrick, custodian of various genetic studies at X-10's Environmental Division, building 1505. While at Patrick's abode I was able to display my Y12 training by successfully scaling his apartment and avoiding a PIP assassination.
Various degrees of debauchery are contained within. Enjoy!
Another gathering of the Droogs for a picnic adventure. This was my first encounter with this elite group since I had returned from Reading (pronounced Reding), Pennsylvania. We decide to gather at one of the various Dams, which had been erected by the Tennessee Valley Authority. The picnic discussions included the presentation of various "meats" and other dishes brought to the event. Omnifarious merriment was had by all, including some musical recordings.
A social was sponsored by the Department of Energy and the Associated University for various student bodies including Energy Research Undergraduates and Professional Interns. The above stated function (picnic) had a number of notable figures attending including Helen Payne, ERULF head coordinator, and Linda Holmes, ORIS coordinator. A plethora of academic excellence was represented at this function.
A Social At Mike and Fran's Abode|
After my return to the lovely state of Tennessee, Mike and myself organized a bash, which included loud singing, cigar smoking at pool side, along with massive amounts of alcohol of various types including but not limited to port, ales, and hard alcohol. Not only did this extravaganza initiate our return presence to the tranquil town of Oak Ridge but it also infuriated our neighbors!
Other Pictures provided by Research Engineer Mike|
A number of pictures were obtained from research engineer Mike, of the Fusion Energy Division, student at the University of Idaho, and Lord of Moscow. (Yes, he speaks fluent Russian!!!) This conglomeration of photos spans the continuum of time spend in Tennessee as taken by criticality expert, Mike.
Here we have Mike (to the right), a regular at the Garden Lounge for their Blue Monday Celebration in Moscow, Idaho! Thanks for the pictures!
If you would like to see the complete photo library, go to the following URL, which have been authored by John!|
You may need to email John for the password!?!?!?!?
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