Mast Today Barry and I took the kids to Peanut Island. It is a fun place to be. During the week you could have the place almost all to yourself. On the weekends it is a gathering place for a lot of boaters, and it is very crowded.

President Kennedy had a Bunker there and there are tours for the public. We will do that some time in the future.

On the east side of the island there are some great places to have a picnic and the kids can run all over the place with no worry of cars.

Barry broke open two coconuts. They were not quite ripe but still very yummy. The kids loved the coconut juice. Then Melody, Orrin and I went to Phil Foster Park and played at the playground.

Barry took off to do some errands. It was really windy so we got our coats out of the dingy and played some more then we walked all around the park. After a while it got dark and I had not seen Barry yet. I was walking to the dinghy with the kids to go back to the boat when he came over the bridge honking the horn.

He got an Internet card and a phone. We are connected to the world once more. I love technology. We can talk to parents via camera on the Internet. They are happy to see us too.

About Trisha Perkins

Hi, my name is Trisha Perkins. I was born in St. George Ut, and raised in many different places. California, Texas, Panama, North Carolina, and Utah have all been home for me. My family moved back to St. George Ut after my father left the army. I was home schooled most of my school years, then enrolled for long distance schooling from an accredited high school. I taught gymnastics and swimming for 3 years. Then I realized I wanted to learn more about children, because I didn't know enough about them and I wanted to be prepared for motherhood. I taught montessori preschool for one year, then I went to a summer camp in New Mexico to teach horse back riding. Now I have to back up a little. A couple of my friends had gone to this same summer camp to teach the year before and one of their friends from camp tagged along with them back to St. George. Here enters the Pioneer. My life would never be the same. I tapped into a soul that I didn't know the voltage of. I met Barry Perkins. He proposed to me while scuba diving off of the Californa coast. We were married in the St. George temple on October 16th 2004. We have always wanted to give our children the best education. Leadership education! We wanted to travel and let them experience different cultures and countries and read great books and be a united family. So here we are starting off on a journey of a lifetime.

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