Saturday, July 21, 2012

With These Two Hands...Pollution Solution Group meets Russian Lady


The Pollution Solution Group, met this very nice, Russian Lady, not speaking a word of English, letting us know she wanted to help us clean the beach, making it safer for the beach, sea life, ocean and swimmers, for 2 + hours, she assisted us, removing many kilos, of plastic, bottle caps, toxic cigarette butts, diapers, bar-b q sticks, bits and pieces of rope and fishing nets, disposable lighters, broken swim buoy foam and plastic, bamboo poles full of razor sharp barnacles. Helping us, throw starfish, that were caught at low tide, back into the ocean, to give them a chance, for another day, we have seen her cleaning the beach before.

We are always hearing how uncaring and tough acting many Russians are, this caring lady from a place, far, far away from her home, as others also have, show us, there are some very nice, environmentally concerned, pleasant Russians and all walks of life.

We have met many, before her, and I'm sure we will met many more after. Like we always say, It doesn't matter where one came from, It doesn't matter where one is at, what matters is where one is coming from on the inside. Having respect for self, others, being fully responsible for ones actions is what makes a good human being.

The Pollution Solution Group thanks this caring Russian lady and all the Farangs and Thais that have concerns about the environment and have reached out to help make our Mother Earth a cleaner, safer place, for all.

Kapun Krup, Mahalo Nui Loa, Thank You Very Much.
Gerry Rasmus aka KOTO Keeper Of The Ocean

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Pooh and Piglet...My Favorite Day

"Mine Also"
May your Health, Inner-Wealth And Peace Of Mind, be in Check.
Yesterday Is History, Tomorrow A Mystery, Now Is the Only Time There Is, Carpe Diem.
With Aloha
Gerry aka KOTO

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Gerry Rasmus aka KOTO and his special new friend

A Very Beautiful Special Woman

She lives in the back, behind an open air restaurant and little gift shop. They store people's boats in the back and bring them to and from boat ramp. The boats are used to take beach-goers on banana boat rides, fishing, trips to other islands and so on.

Donate To Her Cause