Heather McCoy ’10 took in the panoramic views of Budapest from the Citadel on top of Gellert Hill.
Jennifer Saylors ’98 visited the Singapore Botanic Gardens in March 2019. It is the only tropical garden to be honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Later that evening, Saylors saw a Malayan Tiger.
Mary Anne Wolthuis ’92 and Bethany Alice Wolthuis ’21 are a grandmother/granddaughter duo who visited several places in China in May 2018, including the Great Wall. Mary Anne and her husband lived in Shanghai from 1998-2001. When Bethany was around 10 years old, Mary Anne told her, “Sometime, I’ll take you to China.”
Kathleen D’Agati Coughlin ’06 and her family took a trip to Disney World in Orlando, Fla. “To keep track of my six kids at Disney World, we dawned our Tiger gear. We even alternated each day wearing either purple Clemson shirts or orange!”
Karl Bossard ’18 and Jake Erickson ’17, both second lieutenants at Columbus Air Force Base, celebrate Erickson’s graduation from the U.S. Air Force flight school. Jake is assigned to Fairchild AFB, Wash., to fly the KC-135 Stratotanker.
Father and son Tommy ’91 and Alex ’14 Ryan made the trip to the Havasupai campground in the Grand Canyon. “The Havasupai is the most remote American-Indian reservation in the U.S., a beautiful campground in the midst of running streams and spectacular waterfalls. It was a memorable trip that we had to document with a Tiger Rag.”
Tony Salvatore, Suzanne Salvatore, Becky Salvatore ’07 and Anthony Salvatore ’05 took a weekend tour of the Bay Area and visited the Golden Gate Bridge, China Town and other San Fransisco sights. “We saw the Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39’s famous seal lions, ate some cioppino, rode a cable car or two, walked through the Dragon Gate, ate some In-N-Out … Oh, and we also watched a pretty enjoyable football game, too!”