Dan Bollinger

A white and green Trek bike on a blue and red striped floor with a glass wall and equipment behind.

On Sept. 19, Fermilab employee and photographer Dan Bollinger needed to make some adjustments to the ion sources getting ready for the next operational period, but, he says, he wanted to get a longer bike ride in: multitasking.

Cyclist and Fermilab employee Dan Bollinger says he couldn't resist snapping a photo of the bison on his afternoon commute on April 6. "I've been at the lab for over 30 years, driving by them day in and day out, never stopping to take a pic," he says. Meanwhile, the bison take in a spring day on the Fermilab campus. bicycle, bison, campus, spring Photo: Dan Bollinger

During a bike break on April 6, a Fermilab employee takes a photo of bison taking in a spring day on campus.

The accelerating column from the Cockcroft-Walton generator was removed several years ago to make way for the RFQ system, now used as one of the first stages of acceleration. The column has been sitting in the Linac Gallery since. It finally became time to move the column out of the way. Unfortunately we were not able to find a new home for it on site. accelerator Photo: Dan Bollinger

he accelerating column from the Cockcroft-Walton generator was removed several years ago to make way for the RFQ system, now used as one of the first stages of acceleration. The column has been sitting in the Linac Gallery since. It finally became time to move the column out of the way, which we did on Feb. 14. Unfortunately we were not able to find a new home for it on site.