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A map from CFI (Corregidor Foundation INC) which shows my activities for today.
Like every day we start with breakfast on the open section of the hotel dining area. This is P. F. Whitman who organizes our get-together every year.
This is Tom Aring, he is from Texas, by definition that makes him a patriot. In his early days he was member of the peace Corps and served here in country.
Steve Foster is a retired Officer and a son of a Paratrooper who served with 503d.
We went to the ‘3 Door Magazine’ and discovered new, recent scrapping but I got this covered in a different album.
New work by scrappers in the '3 Door Magazine' near Battery Kysor.
New work by scrappers in the '3 Door Magazine' near Battery Kysor; a fresh cut.
These birds in the ‘3 Door Magazine’ didn’t fly away, I found that interesting.
Close up of the last image.
The big geckos also got my attention.
The tail end of the gecko at the Tailend of Corregidor in the ‘3 Door Magazine’ near Battery Kysor.
At the Philippine Heroes’ Memorial this must be new, I don’t remember seen it before here nor does it show up on any of my images.
The CFI project to clear the sides of the streets to allow more light and prevent grows of moss along the streets continues.
Here is a section of road cleared.
Moving further to the east I walk by the concrete steps to the former barracks near Battery Maxwell Keyes.
At the entrance to the air field I see the latest Philippine project on the island.
At this point one always catches what I think is a spectacular view of the tail end of Corregidor.
East Point, close up of the last image.
A new memorial is being build for the Jabida Incident.
The location of the Jabida Memorial is at the location of the former defense position I-M-1; the bunker remains empty.
The new Jabida Memorial in progress.
On the way back I stopped at the Japanese Memorial Garden and I think this addition of an anti tank gun is new.
I took several close ups of the gun and here is one of them.
This pic of the Japanese Garden shows the location of the next four images and the items in this picture.
Just one of many on-stage performances and I shot only very few. 2014-02-08 VFW 11447 22nd Annual Beach Bash in Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City.
Rene, my Swiss friend and very active Subic Bay Hash House Harrier. 2014-02-08 VFW 11447 22nd Annual Beach Bash in Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City.
My friend Tom and his spouse. 2014-02-08 VFW 11447 22nd Annual Beach Bash in Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City.
VFW HQ of the Beach Bash and Dennis our previous VFW 11447 Commander. 2014-02-08 VFW 11447 22nd Annual Beach Bash in Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City.