Tinian Redux

img_6559Due to the lack of internet access during the trip, I was not able to post Tinian pictures of our exciting day exploring the runaway for the Enola Gay, the historical site of the Taga Latte stones, and the wonderful feast on the beach with the mayor and others from this island.

Here are some of the pictures from Tinian.

 

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7 thoughts on “Tinian Redux

  1. now that you have internet, now please answer the several posters, including me, that questioned you lurking around the B-29 and whether the crews’ remains were within that wreckage; and diving on the tanks that may also have soldiers’ remains within.

    Did you ask before exploring possible graves?

  2. Thanks for uploading the pictures! As a fisherman, I was wondering about the Mahi Mahi and the boat. As a fellow human who enjoys good food, I was wondering about the food you mentioned. LOL. It looks like you ate well.

  3. Wow! Looks like a grand time. I’ve never seen a fresh caught Mahi Mahi and didn’t know they were so beautiful. What a lush, beautiful island, great food, and great friends.

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