Jamie Stott

20 Things About Jamie

February 25, 2013, by Jamie Stott, category
Jamie in West Australia with goanna

Question 1. (the goanna)

  1. I ate some weird things while I lived in Australia. Most memorable being goanna, crocodile, emu, and kangaroo.
  2. I’m fairly certain I’m dating a real life version of Phil from Modern Family. Love you boyfriend 🙂
  3. Turquoise is my favorite jewelry accessory
  4. My favorite spot for fieldwork is in Range Creek, Utah.
  5. I love to swear (shameful but true). Sometimes nothing is more fitting than a good curse word.
  6. I once got yelled at by a fat angry English PBS producer for swearing too much. True story.
  7. My most favorite smells are Shane’s cologne, freshly cut grass, clean laundry, and puppies.
  8. I have a three-year old Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Indiana Jones. He is my hairy child and I love him beyond words.
  9. I learned to snowboard when I was 18.
  10. Put me in a tent in the desert and I’m a happy camper.
  11. I have a weakness for trashy TV….Bachelor anyone?
  12. Standing at the Temple of Apollo in Delphi, Greece was hands down one of the neatest experiences of my life.
  13. I suffer from motion sickness and firmly believe that there is nothing worse than being on a boat. BARF!
  14. I hate working out but like looking fit. Its a paradox.
  15. A sugar cookie with loads of frosting is the way to my heart.

    Indy - Chesapeake Bay Retriever

    Question 8. (Indy)

  16. I learned how to brew beer last year. My golden ale has been the best batch so far.
  17. Things I’d like to see before I die: the terracotta warriors at Xi’an, China; Machu Picchu in Peru, pyramids at Giza in Egypt, Petra in Jordan, the beaches of Thailand, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, everything New York City, and the French Quarter in Louisiana.
  18. I firmly believe that everything in life can be traced back to a Seinfeld or Sex and the City episode.
  19. I love the smell of Hawaiian Tropic sunscreen.
  20. Harrison Ford circa Raiders of the Lost Ark is the hottest archaeologist that’s ever existed. Period.

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