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Goldy and  group of alumni cruise the Danube River. Photo by Kent Horsager  
Goldy on a Danube Cruise stops in Hungary. Photo by Kent Horsager  
Goldy and Melissa Gettel, BS, Chem Eng., '10, climbed Mt. Whitney in California, the highest point in the lower 48 states.   
Goldy at Iguacu Falls in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil. The falls have a volume three times that of Niagra Falls. Photo by Melissa Gettel, 10.  
Goldy at the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. Photo by Whitney Heber, '08.  
Goldy recently visited the Ancient Ice House in Kermat, Iran. Photo by Mahdieh Taher, '13.   
Goldy with traveling friends in the Isola Bella Palace Gardens, Lake Maggiore, Borromean Islands, Italy! Photo credit: Chad Kono  
Goldy agrees with this billboard at Tumaini University in Iringa, Tanzania. Photo credit: Kent Olson, '85
Goldy got ready to go for a reed boat ride on the floating islands of Los Uros in Lake Titicaca. Built entirely of reeds, the islands are home to a very friendly and colorful tribe who initially created their way of life to get away from the Inca and then the Spanish.  
Goldy at Machu Picchu during the Treasures of Peru alumni tour. Phot by Chris Coughlan-Smith, '86, alumni staff  
Goldy at the Fort of Agral looking from the prison cell of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, who had erected the Taj Mahal in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Photo by Kathryn Beatty, '72.   
Goldy looking at Dhauligiri Mountain, seventh highest in the world, from the village of Naurikot, Nepal. Photo by Richard Beatty, '69.   
Goldy against the Annapurna Massif in the Himalayas of Nepal. Photo by Richard Beatty, '69  
Goldy meets a new friend at a temple in the ancient Durbar Square of the city Bhaktapur, located in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. Photo by Richard Beatty, '69.  
After Goldy was picked up at the airport, he was chauffered to Volvo's International Delivery Center in Göteborg, Sweden. There, he picked up his Overseas Delivery vehicle, arranged through Borton Volvo. Photo by Dennis Croonquist, BS '72 and Ann Mulfort, University of Minnesota staff.  
Goldy visited the NBA All-Star game last week in Arlington Texas with Kristi Voss, '04.   
From his hotel room, Goldy peers out at the city of Warsaw, Poland with the Palace of Science and Culture in the background. Photo by Tim Osking, '77.   
Goldy takes a rest at the base of the Monument to Prince Józef Poniatowski in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, Poland. Photo by Tim Osking, '77.   
Goldy was on Easter Island for two weeks in October 2007. Goldy visited the Ahu Tongariki, a ceremonial platform with 15 moai. However, Goldy spent most of the time at excavation sights in the lava rock strewn fields with Mary Topp. She was a member of a volunteer and research team assisting archaeologist, Christopher Stevenson, with his efforts to document the existence of ancient agricultural garden areas. Photo by Mary Topp, M.A. '80.  
Goldy relaxes at a cafe on the Prinsengracht Canal in Amsterdam.
Photo by Tim Osking, '77  
Goldy takes in the views in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Photo by Matthew Bruzek, '06.  
This photo was taken at the Center of the Universe, as proclaimed by the Mayor of Wallace, Idaho. The actual center of the universe is usually a gold man hole cover which had gone missing due to some road construction. A sign would have to do. Photo by Dan Hartigan, '87 (aerospace engineering).  
Goldy visited the Coliseum in Rome, Italy in 2009. It was almost as impressive as TCF Bank Stadium on Campus. OK, it was amazing! Photo by Krista Lima (M.E.D '97)   
Goldy in San Francisco. Photo by Maureen Arbogast, U of M staff.  
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