AAS: Are you a seasoned amateur astronomer or just getting into the hobby?
BH: Still consider myself a novice. I've been at star gazing for about 8 years.
AAS: What was your first experience that attracted you to astronomy?
BH: My interest started when I began reading The Heavens -- one of the special editions books by the world book encyclopedia .
AAS: How about your family members; spouse? kids? significant other?
BH: Wife Deborah, and Son Bryan age 18 graduating high school.
AAS: Can you tell us a little about your formal education?
BH: High school, Jr.college 2yrs, Auburn University 2yrs graduated BS degree(recreational resource managment) 1979.
AAS: Do you have any pets?
BH: One cocker-spaniel , one miniature greyhound, and one Persian cat.
AAS: Where do you work? If you're retired, what was your occupation?
BH: Russell Corporation Information Services Department.
AAS: What are your other hobbies?
AAS: What was your first or favorite car?
BH: First car was a 1960 flatbed truck. No favorite car just one that will go.
AAS: What was your first "real" job?
BH: Most interesting job was as a Biologist's Aid at a Wildlife Managment Area (Wolf Creek WMA) located in norht west AL.
AAS: Tell us about your favorite vacation.
BH: No real good vacations YET -- still in planning mode.
AAS: Have you ever lived in some other part of the country or another country?
I consider myself a friend of the AAS, one day in the future a member.
Right now in the proccess of upgrading my telescope
New focusor and drive mount.