Huge 6' or taller ginger plants, they smelled so good!!
Look up in the crack area ... do you SEE that????
Sometimes it just pays to look up and take a random shot of the sky between the leaves of the trees Very peaceful here.
This is a natural spring area - it's feeding in from the left and flowing out to the right - there are times when the tide is coming in that the water is overwhelmed with brackish water, but they said in slack tides the water is cool and fresh. (No, I didn't taste it)
Those big balls on there are seed pods for this plant - each bump is a seed - thus they spread quite well!
Linda trying on the hat Ella got during the "demonstration time"
While walking out they had a few animals in cages.. one was a crab - we had seen a few smaller ones in the wild where they would toss bread to them to encourage them to come out to eat... I had wanted to see one, but it was shocking to turn around and have it RIGHT THERE! B is not standing that far behind him... he is HUGE!!!
So that was our last adventure in the wilds of Guam! What a trip it was!!! Tandy and Damian were the BEST most gracious hosts to put us all up and show us around. What a treat!