In 1995 the Genesis project rolled out in Europe and the US and I was ready for a breather. Jim had a business meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, so I decided to go along. We agreed to take extra time to tour more of the island.

While he was in his meeting I vegged-out. Not being a "beach person," I stayed in the room and alternated between needlework and watching old movies on TV. After two-plus years of running on overdrive it was bliss! So blissful I realized how burnt-out I had become. After this trip I asked to be removed from the project. Someone else scored the trip to Australia to bring the final support center online. I can't say I felt guilty because the hardest work had been done and the last implementation was uneventful.

In 2017 Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. I've wondered how much of what we saw survived.

There are a couple of ways to follow us on our trip. I've tried to make the narrative a complete summary, but I've used many links to other web sites to provide additional details and sometimes pictures. You can either stick with the basic narrative or explore the various links. At the time this album was created the links were all valid, but the WWW is in constant flux and that can change. If you encounter broken links, please send us some email.

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