Tag Archives: guam

Issue 60: Dave’s World: Guam

Regular Update readers have heard me rave about Guam before. Think of the best elements of Hawaii, Tokyo, and perhaps Arizona, and you begin to get the general idea. Great hotels, good food, great customer service and no tipping! But there is much more to this island territory than a Polynesian culture with Spanish influence […]

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Issue 53: Dave’s World

Saturday afternoon, a frigid wind was blowing across the ice in Clear Lake Iowa. Kiters had gathered for the annual winter fly and it was cold. But Susie and I weren’t there. We were on the bright, sunny beaches of Guam where it was a full 80 degrees warmer. If you have been reading our […]

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Ray flying above Asan Memorial Park

Issue 47: Kites for Wishes Festival

This was the 2nd International Kite Festival held on the beautiful Island of Guam and once again David Gomberg and I were very lucky to have been invited to represent our counties along with other featured flyers representing their countries. Japan, Australia, Korea, also many kite flyers of Guam. It was also great to once […]

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Issue 42: Kites For Wishes Festival

This was Guam’s very first Kite Festival. David Gomberg and I were very lucky to have been invited to perform at this event to help make their first kite festival a huge success, which it indeed was. It was so well organized that everything went like clockwork. The winds all week were in the 20mph […]

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Issue 41: Dave’s World

Somewhere on the 15 hour journey to Guam, I pondered what on earth I may have gotten myself into. I mean, here I was going about as far as a guy could possibly go and still be in the United States. The whole thing had been pulled together in six short weeks. I was headed […]

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