1966 Yap and the Outer Islands… A Photo Journal (Part VII)

Part VII:  Quotes from the Diary (Part B) – “... Now our soda is out of the refrigerator and the baby is in (it)”

Continued from Part VI:  Quotes from the Diary (Part A)  “…I managed to get away from Antonio…

I realize that as I’m trying to piece together a lot of this chapter in my families life, that I’m missing great details.  Even in just scanning parts of this 22 page diary I’m leaving lots of stuff out just for the sake of a lot of privacy issues.

Part B

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      2 Responses

      1. The parts of your site with the scans of the diary are, IMO, the best parts. Your mom’s feelings and impressions were fresh when she wrote them, and this is evident in her typed copies.

        Thank you so very much for sharing them with the world.

      2. These pictures are straight out of national geographic and the history channel. Brilliant , Wonderful, Simple description of a time in the world when society was simple and genuine. Thanks Damon for showing this part of your own family history.

        Terry in Macau, SAR CHINA

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