Monthly Archives: June 2015

MM 2-17: Monochrome Madness and the letter K

Leanne has suggested that the letter “K” be the theme for Monochrome Madness 2-17. So, let’s see, where have we been that starts with the letter K? Well, we followed the Oregon Trail through Kansas in 1987. And we stopped … Continue reading

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Guam 2015: Breakfast at Pika’s Cafe in Tamuning

We ate breakfast inside our hotel on most of the 13 mornings we spent on Guam in April. But we ventured out a few times. Once we walked a block to a crowded Eggs ‘n Things at the entrance to … Continue reading

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Guam 2015 and MM 2-16: A Taste of Monochrome

We stayed at the Westin Resort on Guam for two weeks in April of this year and we had breakfast a few times at the hotel’s Taste restaurant. The Westin’s lobby is on the fifth floor and most of the … Continue reading

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Guam 2015 and MM 2-15: Tumon Bay in Monochrome

In my previous posting I showed a few photos I took one day last April from the Fiesta Resort on Tumon Bay. In some of those photos I was facing north and the views showed the Nikko Hotel and Two … Continue reading

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Guam 2015: A Tropical Itch and a Tale of Two Hotels

Back in the day there were two hotels on Tumon Bay: The Hilton and a Japanese hotel named the Dai Ichi. The Hilton opened up in 1972 and we went there several times that year to listen to our favorite … Continue reading

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Guam 2015 and MM 2-14: A Portrait in Monochrome

We stopped by the TuRe’ Cafe on the beach in Hagatna, Guam one late afternoon in April and I took this photo of my granddaughter. She was six then. Now she’s seven.

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Guam 2015: Two Lovers Point

The Chamorro lovers cried a lot that night long ago. She thought it wasn’t fair that her father was forcing her to marry the Spanish captain. He thought he couldn’t live without her and so they stole away. Maybe they … Continue reading

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