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Monday, April 16, 2007

Blast from the Past

Here is a couple photos of my parents arriving in Guam some 30+ years ago. Love the blue suit dad and mom thats some big hair!! The second one is Papa O checking a kids teeth in Yap. Enjoy.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Grumpy Diver

Well, I'll make this short. We had a very very nice day out on the ocean....until I lost my diffuser which was custom me!!! Lucky I made two ;-) But I really liked that one. Didn't quite make it back in time to pick cucumbers this week. Maybe Tuesday!! Here is a Nudibranch Picture for you fanatics.

Phyllidea elegans

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Diner and the 144,000

Wednesday Night we got together with a group of couples and had some great food along with a discussion on the 144,000 in Revelation. Thanks Ken Lee for sparking the study and the great thoughts from everyone else!!

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Remodel Update #3

We changed out the nice Purplish-Pink Blind for Ivory a while back. Doesn't sound like a huge job but it made the rooms look a lot nicer. There is also a picture of the new yellow guestroom. Hopefully we can get a nice painting to match in Bali next week. We also had the Powers over last Friday and here is a picture of the crazy clan.

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Cucumbers & Diving

Happy Easter Everybody!! Today we got up late and decided to go get wet. Didn't see much super exciting but it was a beautiful day to be out in the water. I was surprised to see some new soft coral growing at one of our dive sites. I also got a decent picture of a Thurdilia Nudibranch for those of you who enjoy them. Afterwards we decided to go and help pick Cucumbers at the Jimenos house. Something happened to our churches water line and we ended up having a huge water bill. To help with the costs (since we don't have an overflowing bank account) we decided to start a farm and grow cucumbers. The things are growing like crazy. There were 4 rows a couple hundred hards long. They have to pick them 3 times a week. Today we ended up picking around 400 Lbs of the things. Yikes!!! They actually taste better than the imported US ones. Anyway, enjoy the pics!!

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