Saturday, June 16, 2012

We have decided to change the style of our blog. Instead of doing themes, of which there are very few, we will just post pictures as we take them and include the explanations that go along with them and then, hopefully,we will be able to catch up (with the 2000 pictures Kay has taken & the 14 I've taken.)

Last weekend we were driving around the island, Kay made me turn around because she had to have a photo of this guy and his fishing pole. We think he was out for some serious fishing.  What do you think?

These are two photos of homes at the end of the runway. Yes if you had a good throwing arm you could throw a tahitian mango and hit a plane!  If you click on the photo you can get a closer look at some of the living conditions here.

These five photos are from different ward and stake activities. The first 3 are of a professional drum and dance group.  The young boy is also from another dance group.  All doing traditional Polynesian style dances.  The last photo is of the High Priest Group doing a comical version of these dances.  They were hilarious. 

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