Welcome to Tumtum

This is Tom Unger's personal web site. The content of this web site has not kept up with what I'm actually doing. I'm a Buddhist and study Dharma at the Seattle Kadampa Meditation Temple. In 2010 Marie and I started taking care of cats in various ways. We are writing about that in the cat blog.

 

Cat Blog

About taking care of our resident cats, volunteering for shelters, and working with feral cats.

Journals

Text and photos describing some of my trips

Climbing

Route descriptions and trip stories I have written

Kayaking and Canoeing

Stories and equipment

Flying

Flight lessons

Photo Gallery

Trips, art, friends, and family

Food

Food related stuff

Family

Stories and pictures of my family

What's New

List of recent updates


Tumtum is a Chinook Jargon term meaning "from the pulsations of the heart", or "the heart, the will, the mind." Chinook Jargon was a simplified language comprised of words from English, French, and numerous languages belonging to Native people in the Northwest region of the North American continent. The Jargon was used widely in this region for basic communication and trading purposes and was most common during the 19th century.



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