Last Saturday I joined in the Stake Young Women's Camp hike to Pagat Cave.
These are some of the girls from the Dededo Ward.
Entrance to the cave
Our .8 mile hike was rewarded by a refreshing swim in the underground pool.
Saturday morning I took Grant to see Pagat. He passed on the cave but we hiked to the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean and enjoyed a glorious view.
Saturday afternoon we drove down to Asan Beach, the primary landing site for the U.S. Marines during the Guam liberation from the Japanese in July of 1944. Every Memorial weekend 3,050 flags are set out, one for each American and Chamorro who lost his/her life during the Japanese invasion and occupation and the America liberation of the island.
Today we celebrated Memorial Day by coming into the office and hosting the missionaries on their P-day as they e-mailed home. Here is Sister David (Marshall Islands), Sister Warner (Nephi, UT), Sister Ta'ehia-with ukulele (Tonga) and Sister Alaalatoa (Samoa via California).