With the help of a vintage Japanese tank we were able to get the recently escaped tyrannosaurus rex under control.
. . . just as another emerged from the depths of the jungle!
Our Kosrean, Yapese and Chuukese friends showing their stuff at a Relief Society activity.
Shirely from Satawal - far out island in State of Yap making a lei.
Jeanette enjoyed learning how to make a mwarmwar Angie from Faraulep Atoll, State of Yap of the Federated States of Micronesia.
Sister Thomas received the prize - she and Elder Thomas are the newly arrived Military Relations Couple.
Saturday Jeanette hiked to the top of the tallest mountain on earth (if you begin measuring at its base from the bottom of the Marianas Trench) - Mount Lamlam. Grant was home in bed with a bad cold.
They saw one of the infamous brown snakes which are more talked about than seen on Guam these days.
Hiked through pandanus forests . . .
And arrived at the top of the tallest mountain on Earth without oxygen, Sherpas or even winter coats . . .
Stations of the cross marked part of the path . . . could be a metaphor here.
And wild orchids blazed in all their glory.
And the week ended with a successful family history consultant (over half of whom are youth) training at the Barrigada FHC.