The boys at the Flame Tree festival sporting an assortment of replicated ancient Chamorro alas.
The baliku or Tunas and the achita.
This canoe sailed the open ocean from Satawal and Palau to the Flame Tree grounds.
Jose Mafnas and his hima sinahi.
James Fleming rocking the hima sinahi.
My two beautiful daughters Shania and Ha'ani Salas
Francis Mendiola rocking a black sinahi beaded with shark cartilage.
Display case with some carvings.
Haguet carved from the trochus shell.
My son sporting a purple spondylus necklace at Agingan.
James Fleming rocking his Haguet carved from the tridacna gigas shell; beaded with letter cone shells.
Hima sinahi: spondylus inlay, spondylus beads carved by Greg Pangelinan from Guahan.
Canoe inside the Guahan Airport.
Another canoe inside the airport.
Sinahi and spondylus.
Black stone sinahi.
Hima hook and sinahi.
Black sinahi flanked by two trochus haguet.
My daughters at the CNMI Counsil for the Arts and Culture.
My son Gordon Jr. with the Giant Clam supplies.
Hima Sinahi/Spondylus and cone shell beads.
Hima haguet with complete letter cone beads.
Pres Santos' husband rocking his giant clam shell sinahi.
This one almost got away.
Yasuda rocking his hook carved from marble.
Sliced giant clam shell.
Manny Ada rocking his hima sinahi.
Full spondylus shell necklace.
Yasuda and his wife Wendy sporting their hooks carved from the giant clam shell.
Wendy and my daughter Ha'ani.
Hima hook with some designes carved onto it.
Bill Fleming rocking his hook carved from the giant clam shell. Semper Fi.
On home to the Latte House and then to the Guma Ulitao to learn Fino Gualafun.