In the next week I will be publishing the pictures and excerpts from my mom and my uncles if I can get them to tell their story as well.
In 1961, my mother, Su Rowe Tucker, moved to Pahala, on the Big Island where her father and mother (My Grandparents) Dr. P.E. (Ted) Rowe and Elizabeth (Betty) Rowe were the Physician/Surgeon for the private Pahala Hospital run by C. Brewer Corp.
In 1965, Dr. Rowe (my grandfather) was hired for two years by the US Federal Government to run the Yap Hospital from 1965 to 1967. In 1966, my mom and my two uncles, Bob and Mike Rowe, went to visit them in Yap.
- Part II: Who
- Part III: Moms Tale of Arrival
- Part IV: A Yapese Party
- Part V: The Homes and Structures of Yap
- Part VI: Quotes from the Diary (Part A) – “I managed to get away from Antonio…“
- Part VII: Quotes from the Diary (Part B) – “...Now our soda is out of the refrigerator and the baby is in it.”
- Part VIII: The People