Spring Break Adventures

Sarah Bailey, graphic designer and crocodile
hunter, spent one spring break trekking through the backwoods of
southern Louisiana with a few college friends. “We feasted on boudin
and cracklings (scary sausage and fried pig fat), and took a high speed
fan boat ride through the bayou.” Sarah recalls the highlight of the
trip as her close encounter with death (see photo) and giving the fan
boat operator a fake phone number. “Come to think of it he was scarier
than the boudin and cracklings.”

Josh Hatfield,
design intern, recalls what he considers the ultimate spring break
experience – for a ten year old. A full week on the couch spent
watching Who Framed Roger Rabbit and eating Cinnamon Toast
Crunch right out of the box. “Me, the video, the couch and lots of
crumbs. It was a magic time in my life. I’ve tried to recreate the
experience—same couch, same video. They say you can’t go back; they’re
right. Except for the Cinnamon Toast Crunch, that still works for me.”

Nebraska is not exactly well known as a college spring break hot spot, at least that’s what our account executive, Donna Walker,
found out. “It’s really cold up there and not much to do – I can’t
believe I have family there. I mostly remember ‘Go Huskers’ tee-shirts
and snow.” Donna also recalls another wiser choice for spring
break—Padre Island. “It was a lot warmer and I met a really cute guy