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January 26, 2004 at 2:32 pm #243_IRMember
Just checking in on you and yours. See the website is going just as well as always.
WebsiteReviewMagazine.comJanuary 30, 2004 at 10:40 pm #1889
We are in Southern Cal at the moment. Good to hear from you. I have to check into your site again one of these days when I get some regular web connectivity.
mikeFebruary 16, 2004 at 12:52 am #1890_IRMember
Write the Travel book! I would buy it. Man, you are an inspiration to travelers. I am going to come around more and see what you are up to.February 16, 2004 at 7:29 pm #1891
Send me your email. I’ll put you on my list. I’ve been debating doing a e-letter about the hidden gems we find while traveling. The email address is thepooles98 *at* hotmail dot com.
excuse the coded email address it’s my attempt at keeping down the spamFebruary 19, 2004 at 11:19 pm #1892MN-SparkyMember
Hey Mike; Have you and your wife traveled to and possibly even thru the
Solomon Islands after a tour of duty on the Ice?
Rick (past Mctown Electrician)
Stay informed on Election 2004 and the race to Super Tuesday.
http://special.msn.com/msn/election2004.armxFebruary 21, 2004 at 2:36 am #1893willKeymaster
Hey Mike and Lorrie!
I have been following your adventures and exploits via the web but am not always able to log in and write…
At the moment i am in CA and folks are in CT if you 2 are in the vicinity would love to visitate and catch up and you would be welcome visitors!
email:February 24, 2004 at 12:44 am #1894
Haven’t been to the Solomons. This year we hit Rarotonga. It’s a delightful little south pacific island that caters well to tourists.
We also went off the beaten track a little and visited Atiu and Aitutaki in to Cooks. Aitutaki is beautiful and while it doesn’t have as many amenities as Rarotonga it is still a nice stop.
Atiu doesn’t cater to tourists at all. There are no resturants. Not even a little stand to eat at. All your cooking is done at your accomodation. There are a couple of stores but since all the locals grow their own fresh foods there is almost nothing available for you.
That being said, if you are a comfortable traveler, the people are friendly and in a short period of time you’ll be one of the locals yourself.
It’s a trip back into time as it was one of the cannible islands. Take Jame’s tour to the burial caves. If I ever get my laptop hooked to the net I’ll post a few photos.
mikeFebruary 25, 2004 at 2:06 am #1895
I sent you an email’
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