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Tiger Attacks

Location: Khao Yai, Thailand

We leave our home stay and travel west five hours to Thailand's first national park, Khao Yai, home to great hornbills, barking deer and something large and wooly called a gaur.

4 Feb 2007, 10:46AM

Gourmet bugs for sale at the roadside gas station.

3 Feb 2007, 8:00PM

John and his new girlfriend-aren't they a gorgeous couple!

4 Feb 2007, 3:22PM

Most people sat around looking at the waterfall and pool below it but Chris and Tim were looking for something a little more experiential. Right after this was taken a group of American Marines came and joined them. Chris talked for a long time to one soldier and is now exploring that as a career option (along with stage actor.) That should cover the job spectrum!

4 Feb 2007, 3:10PM

We saw this many times at parks all over Thailand-people put sticks in as if to hold up the rocks. Perhaps if people had thought of this, the Old Man in the Mountain would still be up there...

5 Feb 2007, 8:09AM

...but was soon joined by his fan club!

5 Feb 2007, 7:59AM

We traveled to Khao Yai National Park with Nam, Pom, Bai, and Nam Lek. Pom went running alone...

5 Feb 2007, 10:12AM

Marks in trees along the trail show the presence of Malayan Sun Bears.

5 Feb 2007, 9:26AM

The park ranger who guided us on our jungle trek-the scars on his arm are from the tiger that attacked him. We're glad he lived to smile about it.

5 Feb 2007, 3:25PM

Saying goodbye. Emily won't even look at the camera and is saying, "Mommy, why do we have to leave Nam???"

5 Feb 2007, 10:22AM

The trees were enormous in the park with massive bases like this. Chris and Tim each lost their shoes several times trying to climb this monster.



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John and his new girlfriend-aren't they a gorgeous couple!

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Gourmet bugs for sale at the roadside gas station.

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We saw this many times at parks all over Thailand-people put sticks in as if to hold up the rocks. Perhaps if people had thought of this, the Old Man in the Mountain would still be up there...

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Most people sat around looking at the waterfall and pool below it but Chris and Tim were looking for something a little more experiential. Right after this was taken a group of American Marines came and joined them. Chris talked for a long time to one soldier and is now exploring that as a career option (along with stage actor.) That should cover the job spectrum!

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We traveled to Khao Yai National Park with Nam, Pom, Bai, and Nam Lek. Pom went running alone...

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...but was soon joined by his fan club!

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The park ranger who guided us on our jungle trek-the scars on his arm are from the tiger that attacked him. We're glad he lived to smile about it.

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Marks in trees along the trail show the presence of Malayan Sun Bears.

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The trees were enormous in the park with massive bases like this. Chris and Tim each lost their shoes several times trying to climb this monster.

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Saying goodbye. Emily won't even look at the camera and is saying, "Mommy, why do we have to leave Nam???"