“3,001 Arabian Days,” a memoir by Aramco Brat Rick Snedeker (1953-1962) recalls with great fondness his experiences growing up in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, in the age of Eisenhower and Kennedy, and its profound effect on the trajectory of his life. Access it online here on Amazon.
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The spark to create figurines representing the Saudi Arabian culture was born out of frustration in not finding unique souvenirs of the Kingdom. My choices and baggage allowance were limited: Oil too greasy, sand too heavy, and gold too expensive. During a repat trip to the U.S, I discovered polymer clay and it became my passion.