Yap, Part 2
|We owe a debt of gratitute to Peter and Esther Reichert for making arrangements for us on Yap. Peter flies for Pacific Missionary Aviation, the organization founded by Rev. Edmund Kalau. Esther is the daughter of Rev Kalau, so we knew her from our days of living on Yap. She was kind enough to drive us around to see some of the sights on Yap.|
|We stopped at the old high school and adjacent housing area where we lived. This was the house we lived in 40 years before, presently occupied by a family from the outer islands of Yap.|
| || |
Wing tank from a B-52 used for water catchment.
Yap airport terminal.
|Gilman Beach. We used to swim here. At low tide, you could walk right onto the reef.|
|Yap, Part 3|
|Return to Micronesia 2005 Homepage|