Our living room is cluttered with luggage. The whole family is looking forward to our trip.
I photograph at the Governor's complex often, but usually down on the beach or the rocks below the complex itself.
I plan to continue my #365project while traveling. This mobile setup is faster and more up-to-date than my desktop.
Plumeria trees are know for their flowers, obviously, but I think their branches and leaves are cool too.
I attempted some night shots, forgetting my SD card. When I got home, I found this guy hard at work again.
Travel with a family of our size takes planning. We're getting documents, bags, and final essentials in order this week.
We hiked 1,000 Steps today. Someone broke our car window at the trail head. Thankfully, we left behind nothing of value.
The girls were reading some funny stories to each other on the Kindle tonight. Lots of fun and laughs.
The island rainbow skink is common on Guam. This one stopped to look at me as I was setting up another image at Adelup.
We see a (rather feisty) black drongo most mornings in the tree next to our parking space. Today I had a longer lens handy.
There is a new mural underway at Harvest Christian Academy. I've seen the sketches. It's going to look great.
My son has spent a good bit of time lately tinkering with these Lego Mindstorms robots. This is his latest creation.