Andrew & Christine Lanning, Mark & Lesa Olive, Carey Kobelin
Mike Kobelin with his LSU... err... Oregon flag*
*Picture of Mike with the LSU flag forthcoming...
The streets in Old San Juan are blue cobblestones (cast from furnace slag). The cobbles were
used as ballast on the empty Spanish trade ships. The ballast was unloaded when the ships
were filled with sugar cane produced in Puerto Rico.
Many of the brightly-painted buildings were facades only; you could see through the open
windows and door to the sky and buildings behind.
This sculpture was mysteriously called something like "Penguins in a Boat." (My Spanish is a little rusty.)
The fort of El Morro
Cementerio de San Juan, located between El Morrow and the rocky cliffs above the Atlantic.
Puerto Rican educator, philosopher, intellectual, lawyer, sociologist and independence advocate Eugenio Maria de Hostos (The Citizen of the Americas).
Orale Güey means something like "Right on, dude!"
Lisa Cole Miller - hard at work!
Tim Brooks, Mark Toffolo, Aaron & Lisa Miller, Kris Toffolo, Diana Hanna, Cheryl Davis. Our waiter took our picture for us...