Reverend Nena arrived on the 29th of March with Jusda to assist the Kosraean church of Kolonia in their Easter celebration.
The college students singing at Sunday morning church service on the first of April.
Beverlyn celebrated her April Fool's day with Shrue and I over lunch at Cliff Rainbow.
Elterina was told to discharge the camera battery fully so the camera could be recharged overnight in preparation for founding day. The following sequence comes from this effort.
I think this has something to do with local dating systems...
This uniform was not to be revealed under the following morning, but someone could not wait to try it on.
Breakfast time for the boys.
View of Sokeh's in the late afternoon sun. The Mortlockese church is barely visible as white pixels along the water at the far north (left) end of the ridge.
Playing with full digital zoom on the Olympus Stylux 750, camera set down on a flat surface, timer used to avoid camera motion.
Walking the beach, two friends.
Accomodations at Nihco.
Saturday evening the kids colored Easter eggs. Aimina had flown in from Kosrae and updated the family on the loss of Moses Charley at sea a week earlier.
Easter sunday at church
A Google Earth community inquiry asked about the "unusual building" in Kolonia. I took a picture of it today from 6° 58' 06.90" North, 158° 12' 22.21" East for posting to Panoramio.com. The "building" is a sewage treatment tank.
Images of the family
With the arrival of the Upward Bound students mid-April on Pohnpei came Kisa in the arms of Nena Junior.
By mid-month "all my children" was a gang of six - Sharisey not being in this particular shot.
Elterina loose again with a digital camera...
Early morning shots of cumulonimbus clouds.
Shots of the sunset from the dump on the 19th. Art meets garbage. Retinex and original.
Ready for church in the morning...
...out at Nihco in the afternoon. Barefoot on razor sharp coral. Do not try this at home!
Siblings in a non-quarreling moment
Back at Nihco on the 28th for a birthday party, early evening swim, and a nip of sakau at the Nihco weekender sakau market.
Gathering at the house for the college students