Parker and Shawnee and the Smith's came in on Nov. 3rd from Hawaii and we took them to lunch at a Chinese Restaurant - Shawnee and Sister Smith did their best to not get freaked out by the fish with the fins and eyeballs still intact.
Elder Bell anticipating Eneko (Nov. 6th), a day that he and his 'beautiful and fetching wife' planned for Parker and Shawnee's visit.
Our captain and crew dropping us off,,
I made it to Eneko! there was no way that I was staying home!!
Sister Smith and the President with their treasure of coral from the ocean side of the atoll
The Hewstones, the Smiths, and the Bells after our fantastic picnic lunch of beef and pulled pork barbecued sandwiched and all the trimmings made by Sister Bell
After shell collecting, the Pres. made me sit down and rest my knee in the chair. The chair bucked me off, and President Smith took all my shells down to the lagoon and washed the sand all off. What a president...
One of the few times someone wasn't in this chair on the lagoon side - come to think of it, maybe Conrad was enjoying the view....
Sister Bell and Sister Lytle navigating the distance between the lagoon side and the ocean side of Eneko atoll.
The waves on the ocean side of Eneko were 8-10 footers, but the camera can't capture what we experienced - no beach on this side, only coral.