Square Dance Caller Extraordinaire - Professional Joke Killer - World Traveler - Double Agent - Knight of the Realm
Singer of Sentimental Ballads - Soft Shoe Dancer - Captain Courageous - Public Relations Guru - River Boat Gambler
Soldier of Fortune - Leaps Buildings In A Single Bound - Starfighter - Last Of The Big-Time Spenders - Space Journeyed
Wars Fought - Revolutions Started - Governments Run - Uprisings Quelled - Football Games Fixed - Civilizations Destroyed
Tigers Tamed - Bears Trained - Bores Bored - Bars Emptied - Orgies Organized - Lost Souls Saved - Brain Surgery Performed
Revenge Wreaked - Dinosaurs Neutered
Born in Nevada in 1938. Raised in many western states. Previously
from Idaho, Arizona, California, and all points out West. An alumni
from Arizona State and Boise State Universities. Have lived in Hawaii
last 15 years. SWM with some mileage at 60 years. Work in Hawaii as
the Facilities Engineer with Hawaiian Electric Co. and have various
entrepreneurial interests. I Enjoy skiing at Telluride,
Vail, and most western ski areas, traveling in Mexico and Philippines, am a licensed yacht Captain
and enjoy sail boat racing in Hawaii and cruising in Hawaii, the
Caribbean and the Bahamas, scuba diving anywhere, enjoy country
western and square dancing in Hawaii, if you can believe that.
I'm Past Master of my Masonic Lodge, the the King Kalakaua
Daylight Lodge, F&AM, in Honolulu, I'm very active in Rotary and am the
square dance caller/teacher for the
North Shore Twirlers Square Dance Club out in the country in
Hale'iwa, across the island from Honolulu. In Rotary, I am a member of the Honolulu Club, the oldest and largest Rotary Club in Hawaii. I have earned several Rotarian of the Month awards for service to the community and am a Bridge Officer in the International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians.
HAWAII is a beautiful place to live, truly a Paradise in the Pacific.
The following are links which will take you on a journey through Paradise:
With a properly configured browser and sound card you should have heard the song "Hawaii Aloha" which is located at the Bishop
Museum Home Page, a site well worth browsing for information about Hawaii and its peoples.
Square Dancers, plan to visit the islands for the Hawaii
State Convention in January, 1999. Also, plan to join us on the
"Star of Honoluu", a 247 foot cruise vessel for the after party
sponsored by the North Shore Twirlers Square Dance Club for dancing
on board with many callers, fun dances and fun badges, whale watching,
cruise of Pearl Harbor and visit the Arizona Memorial. What fun.
These are but a few of the fun things happening in Paradise.
E-mail me at Cpt Bob
to get in on the fun.