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August, 2003 - Issue #27
BOB AND CAMILLE AT HOME ON MAUI
Friday is brewing and bottling day. On August 1, Bob and Amy slave away on this weeks batch.
Shaun and Pam helped us kick off this Cross Country Biodiesel Relay promoting renewable fuel from Maui to Easton, Maryland. We drove from the beach on the north shore to the top of Haleakala.
You can see more about the relay at Biodiesel Now.
FIGHTING LIKE CATS AND DOGS
Koa dog and Kai kitty get after some fun on our front porch on August 6.
Amy holds a bouquet of John's home grown roses.
COOKIE SAYS GOODBYE
On August 7, Bob caught a plane to Virginia for three and a half weeks of work. Cookie poses by the front door for a goodbye photo before we drove to the airport.
BOB JOINS THE MAINLAND
Already in progress... Well, sort of. Here he sits in traffic on I-64 south of Norfolk, Virginia. Notice the speedometer reads 0 mph.
INTERNATIONAL DATA MANAGEMENT GROUP
These are the folks at IDMG. Standing, left to right are Bob, Catherine, Karen, Kat, Steve. Stefanie and Laurie sit in front.
In these offices, data is received and cataloged. IDMG is in the business of managing records for other companies by scanning them and converting them to electronic files for easy storage and retrieval.
On August 17, Bob drove to our old neighborhood at Woodland Farms in Williamsburg, Virginia. It looks as if the Garrett brothers have given their gas station a fresh coat of paint.
This is the 7 acre property at 205 Stonehouse Road where we lived and kept horses from spring of 1996 to 1997.
Ann Lipp, our neighbor and riding buddy hasn't aged much since we moved 6 years ago. Bob caught her cleaning stalls and stopped for a chat.
Still as pretty as it ever was, Croaker landing is a protected piece of the York River State Park.
OUR OLD FISH TANKS
Are still doing service at the York River State Park, educating the public about the local wildlife. We donated our three fish tanks when we left Virginia for Belize.
NOT YOUR ORDINARY MAN
Bob cooked most of his own meals while in Virginia and managed to turn them out of a tiny hotel kitchen.
In fact, he even baked bread, made seitan from scratch and brought his own sandwiches to work.
Bob got up early on August 24th and drove to Virginia Beach for a swim and some sun. All that working indoors was beginning to fade his Hawaiian tan.
Mount Trashmore, in Virginia Beach is a good example of turning a sow's ear into a silk purse. They took their landfill and turned it into a recreational park. You can read more about it here.
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